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.
Red wine and Red Bay coffee will be available.
From DarkSideoftheTune on SoundCloud. Submitted by Shawn Shirey via our Facebook page
A Howling Free Sample Library from Dark Side of the Tune
Hella Kitty is a 39 sound library containing cat sounds that were altered with a vocoder to create robotic and ethereal sound design options.
Source synthesizers include:
Moog Slim Phatty
Doepfer Dark Energy
As always, if you like these sounds, please consider stopping by the shop and checking out the other libraries for purchase at www.darksideofthetune.com
Free Library: docs.google.com/file/d/0BzLbZ1FMX…/edit?usp=sharing
I have of course downloaded this one 🙂
I could definitely see the utility for one of these in my live shows. It is a bit like a Casio SK-1, but with more up-to-date features in terms of ability to control and play samples, including multiple samples, and arranging them into beats and layouts on the keyboard. And of course higher quality sound.
Also, check out the new Kaoscillator Pro:
More at the Korg website.