whatever an mk2 is? some sort of drum machine?
you are mixing out of the box ?
if you do not own the cwejman already you do realise that they are near unobtanium/really fucking expensive, don't you?
saying that and assuming you are doing final mixing externally -
modulation sources!!!!! you have none other than the hermod -
what do you think your quad clock distributer is distributing to - do they really need envelopes?? in a lot of cases probably yes
utilities - plumbing - you have a lot of shiny expensive (see note about cwejman, above) modules, but there is nothing to connect them - everything and anything from matrix mixers to sequential switches research research research - which might be as little as reading a dozen other, older noob threads
it's easy as a noob to overlook these types of modules (I've even seen people write that they don't want to 'waste' money on a mixer ffs) because they are not immediately obvious in the construction of fixed architecture synths or softsynths
however, this is one of the major areas where modular synthesis has advantages over those 2, it exposes the plumbing
imagine your synth is like an apartment block - what happens without plumbing? and that's what a modular synth without utilities is
saying that go slowly grow organically
start with 1 sound source, 1 modulation source, 1 sound modifier, a way to play (hermod), and a way to listen (the L1 vca) and maybe a disting (fills holes 1 @ a time, and great for learning) and learn to patch what you have once you are very familiar buy another module and repeat - sooner or later you will reach for something you never even thought of - and then buy that module