Carmen is eager to try out the new Moog DFAM (“Drummer From Another Mother”). We would love to try one out, too 😻
From our friend and fellow traveler Julia More, aka The Synth Witch.
You can see Carmen’s previous appearance here.
Kona the cat is quite excited to play the Moog Theremini. We certainly enjoy playing ours 😺
From our friend Daev Roehr via Facebook.
It’s been a slow recovery from our latest bout of this year’s influenza and “NAMMthrax,” but we are getting there slowly. Indeed, I have been well enough to spend more time working in the studio again. Of course, if I am in the studio there is a good chance Sam Sam will be there, too.
It’s always a delight to have her around. I think she is getting used to all the weird electronic sounds just as Luna did. As a more social cat, I think she mostly just enjoys being near the action. I do sometimes feel guilty when she gets comfy under the main console and I want to use the Nord. It’s a studio musician’s version of the cat-in-lap dilemma.
We are going to move forward with some video and music work today, as body and energy permit. We are also doing our part for today’s mass ritual here in the United States with our Superb Owl.
We hope you all have an enjoyable day, however you chose to fill it!
From Fabio Ribeiro via the Facebook group Synthesizer Freaks.
Blezqi Zatsaz (the cat) + Minimoog
Gracie returns, this time with a Moog Subsequent 37. Though she does seem more interested in the Eurorack modules behind it 😸
“Hmmm. Analog …”
From Alsún Ní Chasaide via our Facebook page.
Today we have a cat playing the new Moog Subsequent 37 synthesizer, the follow-up to their popular Sub 37 model.
From rokkafortestudio on Instragram.
Picasso the cat means business as he poses with a Realistic MG-1 synthesizer. Submitted by James Bahleda via our Facebook page.
The MG-1 was built by Moog for Realistic (Radio Shack), and was designed and marketed for home/casual use. It’s no Model D, but it does still have Moog technology and sound. It remains popular with some collectors and artists. You can read more about it here.
Kuva poses adorably with a Moog Mother-32 analog synthesizer. Submitted by our friend and fellow musician/synth-nerd Chloe Stamper.
Loki floats in space with two Moog Mother-32 synthesizers. Would that be a Mother-64? 😸
Submitted by Juli Amore, aka The Synth Witch. Please check her music.
Cat with a Moog Minitaur (at least I’m pretty sure it’s a Minitaur), and sundry electronic equipment. From our friends at Moog Music, Inc., on Twitter.