Very cool rigs described here, great idea as usual @Clint !
I'll share my personal rig as well which you can see through this video: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=M3dUP2ezRfA
Basic is this : Sylphyo -> Link -> computer running Respiro (3 Respiro instances for this video) -> antelope orion 32+ outputs -> Girardin C206 mixing desk -> SSL SiX mixer -> monitors + Antelope DAW input
And there is also the Synthstrom deluge which is going to the Girardin on a separate track (at around 1:00) I turn it up on the console fader which goes to a separate bus on the C206 and back into the Antelope to DAW.
The whole thing is a a bit more convoluted actually but the essential idea is that I can grab the sound at multiple spots in the chain, either straight from Respiro, or right after the Girardin desk or after the SSL desk (with a choice of pre or post EQ / fader / G-bus compressor). This gives me quite a bit of flexibility and multiple points of redundancy as I can record all of these at the same time in case of overload or for some parallel processing. I could also add some of Antelope's rather good DSP effects and create some extra loops or something like that for even more processing... The possibilities are endless.
For live shows I've also done a few with a modular eurorack setup with a Midi to CV converter with a few modules and even once or twice a semi-modular synth with some live patching which was cool.
A wind controller in my opinion remains the most expressive way to control monophonic instruments (like Eurorack tends to be except when taken to some budgetary extremes...). Our friend Pedro Eustache also has a lot to say about that! Have a look here for a jam with Eric Persing and a full run-through of his rig (based on some of Ian Fritz's great work on synthesis theories as well as Martijn Zwartjes' cool SteamPipe software synth) https://youtu.be/t98BP-S7Ock