CatSynth video: arpeggicat – cat based note randomization

From ChrisLody on YouTube, via matrixsynth.

Okay, so this is one of my more strange experimental ideas. The keyboard at the top of the screen (a Yamaha SY-35) is midi’d into the lower keyboard (a Novation KS-5). The KS-5 is programmed with a simple arpeggio patch I created which can be played from the SY-35. Then I covered the keys of the SY-35 with cat biscuits and let my kitten Daisy loose on it. I was then able to control some aspects of the sound with conrols on the KS-5. I think she got wise to me about half way through as she stopped standing on the keys. Damn kitty!

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3 Responses to “CatSynth video: arpeggicat – cat based note randomization”

  1. Daisy Says:

    The Daisy cat looks more like a Harley cat!

  2. Sniffie and the Florida Furkids Says:

    We think Daisy always was wise to what you were doing! She’s a cat!!!

    Sniffie and the Florida Furkids

  3. Mickey Says:

    We kitties tend to like treats very much!!!!!
    Performing…not so much ;) heehee
    We liked the video though.Daisy is cute :)
    Purrs Mickey,Georgia & Tillie