This cat seems a bit bewildered by whatever sounds are emanating from the Behringer Poly D. From Chris Borders via Facebook.
Pixel returns, this time holding court in her studio. We see two Moog synthesizers, a collection of Korg Volcas, another keyboard, and more. Submitted by @DJLahbug via Twitter.
Pixel says hello from her studio!!!
Note that this is her studio.
Cat sits on a Moog Prodigy mid-peformance. It looks like the cat has a paw on a Moogerfooger pedal as well.
From Brent Regier via Facebook.
The black cat is proud to own this Moog One synthesizer. From Jon Sellers via Facebook.
Yet again, I forgot to check the scheduling link to see if the room was reserved
Fortunately, Sam Sam and I have a pretty good arrangement for sharing the studio. Merp, however, prefers to drop in unexpectedly – but we have a good time.
The Moog One is quite an impressive synth for a cat or a human.
Per voice, Moog One offers 3 newly-designed analog VCOs, 2 independent analog filters, a dual source analog noise generator, analog mixer with external audio input,
Cat posing proudly on a Roland SH-1000 synthesizer. From Ian Alexander Ratzer.
Bass lines with a phatness. SH-1000 with the filter up. No effects necessary.
There is also a video with the cat and the bass line
The Roland SH1000 was one of the first of the “SH” line of instruments, as exemplified by the organ-like elements. From Vintage Synth Explorer:
The SH-1000 is a monophonic analog synth with a single oscillator feeding a lowpass filter, an ADSR envelope, and two LFOs. It features 10 Preset sounds, but they are pretty weak. Fortunately you can create your own sounds for some really great mono-synth bass, lead, percussion and FX sounds. Basic square, ramp and pulse-width waveforms are available from the oscillator and the LFOs have sine, square and sample+hold. It has a terrific ‘Growl’ and ‘Wow’ effect for a pretty scary analog sound. It also features white noise, pink noise, portamento, octave transposition and a Random Note Generator. Although there is no user memory, unique sounds can still be quickly recreated or discovered thanks to its simple interface.http://www.vintagesynth.com/roland/sh1000.php
Meet Sniff. He is a Maine Coon and the son of Zatoichi who previously appeared with Metsonix gear. Sniff poses proudly with a Metsonix D-2000 and S-2000 along with several black modules. An impressive collection indeed!
Submitted by Palle Dahlstedt via the Metasonix Users Group on Facebook.
That is one handsome cat. And we at CatSynth are fans of Metasonix – I would like to have a D-2000 in the collection at HQ some day.
An adorable photo of a mother and kitten on a Yamaha SK30. Above them is a Korg Polysix, and off to the right is a Roland Juno. From Frank Jacobs via Facebook.
My cuties love analog, too.
The SK30 was a combination organ, string, and subtractive synthesizer, released in 1980. All of the SK series had the organ and string sections, but different models had different synthesizer sections. The SK30 had two synthesizer sections, a dual-oscillator polyphonic section that was good at classic pads, and a solo monosynth section with multiple waveforms, envelope and filter. As a bonus, one could play the solo synth and one of the other modes (organ, string, polysynth) at the same time.
This cat has found a nice warm napping spot atop a SOMA Laboratory Lyra 8. Submitted by Robin Hill via our Facebook page.
Welcome to the world of sound of LYRA-8, the unique organismic analogue synthesizer designed by Vlad Kreimer. “Organismic” means that LYRA uses some principles that lie in the base of living organisms. The way how LYRA’s modules interacting between each other and the behaviour of the instrument resembles a live conversation.https://somasynths.com/lyra-organismic-synthesizer/
A cute tuxedo cat performs on a Moog Subsequent 37 synthesizer. Or is it a Sub 37? Sometimes I can’t tell.
From vieudofficial via Instagram.