Submitted by Louisa Hufstader via our Facebook page.
“Francisco Silverado Léon at Styrene Studios West, Napa, Calif., home of The Styrenes.”
Submitted by Torley via our Facebook page.
“Nearing three years after her first appearance, Uni meows at CatSynth, this time on the OMG-1!”
If you haven’t yet seen it, please check out my article on the Presidio Pet Cemetery in San Francisco, part of our weekend featuring the Golden Gate Bridge and vicinity.
“Mr. Hand demos a synthesizers.com patch utilizing a CatGirl Synth Sub Octave Divider module. The sequence is a facsimile of Suicide’s song Ghost Rider done with a Synthesizers.com Q119 Sequential Controller. It’s not the complete riff since Marty Rev’s riff is poly-rhythmic and I could only use 8 steps of the analog sequencer. The organ-like tonality is from the CGS Sub-Octave module which can function similarly to the divide down technology used in electric organs.”
Look for a black cat early in the video, and also the sounds with the CatGirl Synth module.
The virtual analog synthesizer is largely preset in live use but quite programmable with the computer thanks to familiar GUI. I just play sounds from the ARP Odyssey model and a smaller riff from the tonewheel organ model. My cat sits on the patio table listening, purring, and sometimes getting in the way.
From simozy on YouTube:
And a second video:
Can anyone recognize the synth underneath the cat?
“Cooper cautiously inspecting the wiring.”
“Buchla 227 progress photo. Front panel. I did get a little crazy making sure each nut was aligned symmetrically again.”
“Front panel. I did get a little crazy making sure each nut was aligned symmetrically again.”
From Eric Frampton, via matrixsynth: