Please welcome Bok Choy, making her long awaited debut on CatSynth.
Here we see her checking out, and showing a bit of disdain for, a Casio SK-1.
The Casio SK-1 is actually an awesome little instrument we have used many times.
Bok Choy is the cat that lives with Maw Shein Win, our longtime collaborator in Pitta of the Mind. And on that note, Pitta of the Mind will be performing next Friday at Nomadic Press in Oakland (23rd and Telegraph).
Join us for an excellent Uptown Fridays featuring readings by Norma Smith and Sofia Lopez, with musical guest Pitta of the Mind featuring Maw Shein Win and Amanda Chaudhary. Emceed and curated by Reńe Vaz .
Suggested donations of $5-25 collected at the door, but no one turned away for lack of funds.
Another from Davor Gazde via our Facebook page. This image features his beautiful white cat with an MU-format system that includes modules from Rob Hordijk. It’s a bit like an expanded and more powerful version of what we have here with our benjolin module. 😺
There are no midi tracks playing in this video. Everything is done live with the Time&Timbre pack. Every Timesting and Bassline-101 is controlled by three knobs and two sliders:
First knob: Density of the Timesting sequencer
Second knob: Offset of a LFO that controls the Filter Frequency
Third knob: Amount of reverb from a Convolution Reverb
First slider: Release
Second slider: Wetness of the Time Delay
A fun video to close out the week. And we love the little cat figurines 😺.
It’s Pride Weekend here in San Francisco 🏳️🌈. But since we have a busy several days, indeed a busy month, we are taking a bit of time this Sunday afternoon to relax. It’s also a great opportunity to play with Sam Sam. Here are some recent photos of our playful and funny feline companion.
Sam Sam can be quite expressive, even a bit sassy, when she wants something. She loves attention, food, getting brushed, and playing. She is always asking for attention and play.
Even when others in CatSynth HQ are trying to work.
The astute observer will see graphics for our various mobile apps on the screen, as well as a photo of Luna.
As it is Pride, here is an obligatory rainbow filter on that first photo of Sam Sam (which is one of my favorites).
We hope you all are having a nice weekend, wherever you are and whatever you celebrate.
Another from our friends at Eevo Lute Music & Technology, via Instagram and Facebook. You can see their previous contributions here. This one features their black cat with a Korg MS-20 synthesizer and sundry household items.