Ragamuffin cat enjoying a little time at the piano. She looks ready to sing. 😺 🎶
This picture comes to us from Flora Davis, a local artist here in San Francisco whose work hangs on the walls of CatSynth HQ (and whose jewelry occasionally adorns my ears). Read more about her and the piece we commissioned from her in these articles.
Via anderstillman on Instagram. Meow meow!
We could use one of these cat keyboard toys here, for a future project.
Nugget the cat performs a new composition for us. From dujoducom on Instagram.
dujoducom Thanks nugget. #catsynth
This cat appears to have found a nice spot for a nap 😸.
From mono_futuro on Instagram.
mono_futuro#hugito #catinthestudy #cat #gato #estudio #catsynth #flash #nap #siesta #computer #pc #music #love
From american_music_and_sound on Instagram.
american_music_and_soundEven the #cat wants a turn. ??❤️?#nord #nordkeyboards #music #potd #instamusic #songwriter #artist #keyboard ・・・
Repost from @joaguero via @igrepost_app, The Cat Synthesizer rocking #NordStage2 #Iseenord #music #CatSynthesizer #NordKeyboards
We at CatSynth are of course big fans of Nord. The Stage 2’s predecessor (Stage EX) is our main keyboard in live shows.
This cat is quite proud of her classic MIDI desktop studio, with controllers and Ableton Live. From lautarogrr on Instagram.
From an auction, via matrixsynth:
Under the racked Minimoog, under the cat.
“This is a very rare Hohner S4 string synthesizer. I have found no information about this item anywhere. Is it a prototype? I don’t know. I do know its a cool paraphonic divide-down synthesizer with “cello” and “strings” sections. Two release modes, fast decay and slow decay. Three octave select buttons. Here is the sound. I am guessing it was manufactured in the mid-to-late 1970s. It operates like it should. Cosmetically, it looks fair for an instrument that has obviously been gigged. The tear in the tole on one of the close-ups has been glued. I will ship carefully, in two boxes, as it has a heavy, boat anchor style power supply with a volume pedal. Here’s the only audio sample I have of it. Sorry, its half-way in.
From jackrudes on Instagram. Identity of the plush cat and keyboard left as exercises to the reader.
Submitted by ⓉⒺⒸⒽℕ⌽▃ⒾⒹ●⒞⒪⒨ via Twitter.