Cat posing with a classic Yamaha DX7 FM synthesizer. Via this auction, via matrixsynth.
Comes with cartridge 3, which allows you to factory reset the DX7. Also I will send you my sysex library which includes patches I’ve found and made. You can easily send sysex patches to the DX7 via MIDI and a sysex librarian program.
• Yamaha 3, 64 Patches
• Yamaha 4, 64 Patches
• Yamaha DX7 Data Cartridge, 32 Patches
• Bo Tomlyn’s Best of the USA, 64 Patches
• Bo Tomlyn’s Top Forty, 64 Patches
This was the coveted instrument in the mid 1980s that I didn’t have, though I did get a TX81Z module which I have to this day. These days, we at CatSynth also have a Yamaha TX802 module (essentially a multitimbral timbral module that shares the DX7’s 6-operator FM architecture), so not much need for another. But if you are looking for this (in)famous instrument, this auction might be worth a look.
This is Paremsan the cat. He comes to us courtesy of Anton Gabriel Largoza-Maza via our CatSynth page.
Parmesan paid a visit, looking at the strange new synth just beside the DX7.
What could this strange new synth be…
A Korg Minilogue! An excellent choice for humans and felines alike. But we think Parmesan particularly enjoys his scritches.
Cat with attitude owns this studio. From Yoeri van Spankeren via the Facebook group Synthesizer Freaks.
Don’t touch my stuff or you fucking die…
Cat people know that look well…
Well, I think this is a first. We have a black cat in a sink with a synthesizer. Submitted by Cesar Ulloa via our Facebook page.
Submitted by Anton Gabriel Largoza-Maza via our Facebook page.
You can find out more about the RX7 at polynominal.com. Long time readers will recognize that address as the home of the late great synth cat Mimi.
From Chris McCormack in the Facebook group Synthesizer Freaks.
I’m fairly sure the knobs on the RM1x are not comfortable. There’s literally a whole house, with beds and window ledges to sit on. Cats and synths…
We are pretty sure this cat isn’t giving up his new synth anytime soon 😉
Sophie the cat with Moog Sub 37 and Yamaha Montage synthesizers. Submitted by Chrissie Caulfield via Twitter.
From Christian Joanette via the Facebook group Synthesizer Freaks.
“This one [DX7] he’s aloud to sit on.”
Cats sitting by a Yamaha CS5 synthesizer. I think they are gazing at the black cat on the left who is posing adorably rather than the synth. From glebtheunholy on Instagram, in Moscow.
From Jonathan Gagnon-Bagheri in the Facebook group Synthesizer Freaks.
“Just a cat playing in it’s CS-80. Some like boxes and others have taste.”