Gracie is back! This time with a first-version Arp Odyssey (before the red Helvetica style). From Alison Synthetic Dreamscapes.
Cat posing with a Korg Arp Odyssey synthesizer. From Jenna Leigh-Raine via Facebook.
Modelling for Korg. Ha
We’ve long been intrigued by the Korg Arp Odyssey since it came out – you can see our NAMM review when it was first released. But we don’t have one of our own…yet.
A cat sits atop an original Arp Odyssey. From the appropriately named arpodyssey on Instagram.
Another Original ARP Odyssey in, this one has a problem moving the sliders! Can’t think what the problem may be 😂
Xochitl the tuxedo cat poses with an original Arp Odyssey – with the white textured design as opposed to the red lettering on black that I personally prefer, but still a fine instrument for human and feline alike.
From Jay Margart via Facebook.
Gracie is back, and inspecting the current crop of repaired instruments, including a Moog Subsequent 37, LinnDrum, PPG Wave, and what appears to be an Arp Odyssey (1st version). She always has quite the collection.
From Alsún Ní Chasaide (Alison Cassidy) via Facebook.
Cat mug with a TTSH, a clone of the Arp 2600 synthesizer. By Alexander Henriksson on Facebook.
And another cat has found its 🏠
The TTSH is an Arp 2600 clone that can be built as a DIY project, as described by The Human Comparator. San Pedro Labs builds full versions, including wood casings. (They used to be here in San Francisco, but have recently relocated to New Mexico.)
Popi the cat proudly stands atop a vintage ARP Odyssey – an original MKI before the red Helvetica lettering. Submitted by Luca Roccatagliati via Facebook.
“My New Toy works good!”
From arpodyssey via Instagram.
“Why if you put a synth down for 1 minute will a cat jump all over it? #catsynth#arpodyssey#synthporn#analogue#mk1arpodyssey#synth#naughtycat#arp#synthesiser#synthcat”
This is an Arp Odyssey MK 1 with a white panel and a different style from the more well-known models.
From arpodyssey on Instagram.
In addition to the case for the Moog Prodigy, can you name all the synths that appear in this picture? 🙂