Murder (we’re sure there must be an interesting story behind her name) gets ready to perform on a Korg EMX2 Groovebox. From Jackies Fridge via our Facebook page. Part of a series of posts on our page this week celebrating black cats.
Black cat checking out the wonder that is the
“Finally! My turn…needs more sawtooth.”
One can never have too much sawtooth.
From polynominaldotcom on YouTube, via matrixsynth.
Just modded and bent the classic M1/M1r wavetable with 6 switches on the back of the machine. 5 sounds demo with circuit bent options.
First 3 demo with normal Midi keyboard, In 2 others, the Mi1r is driven by an algorithmic generator module ‘Turing machine’. Generated patterns are midi converted with a D
oepfera-162 cv to MIDI module.
Very interesting to see a Korg M1 and M1R “bent” this way. And if that feline portrait looks familiar, it’s probably because you’ve seen it before. Eric of Polynominal.com and his cat Marcel are good friends of ours at CatSynth, and we have featured many of Marcel’s pictures.
Marcel is back today, with a pair of Korg M1R modules. We also see a Minimoog in the back.
From Eric of polynominal.com.
A new Moog DFAM (Drummer from Another Mother) has arrived at the home of our friends at polynominal.com in Italy. But Marcel is clearly more interested in the box.
Yes, even synth cats love boxes!
A new picture from our friends Eric and Marcel at polynominal.com
Rackmount cat: done
A lot of amazing gear in this one picture. We leave it as an exercise to our readers to identify (but there are some hints in the tags).
From Melker Häggbom Klingberg via Facebook.
My buddy Dexter, figuring out how to set the MIDI channel on the driftbox.
The REON Driftbox series of small synthesizers was introduced last year. Dexter’s appears to be a Driftbox SE model.
The REON Driftbox SE is a digital paraphonic Synthesizer with 2 digital oscillators and an analog Steiner Parker filter. It features also an impressive amount of connections on the backside.http://www.synthanatomy.com/2017/09/5-new-reon-driftbox-products-synthesizers-coming-soon-worldwide-presentation-at-synthfest-uk.html
We at CatSynth are learning more about these interesting little boxes. I find myself particularly intrigued by the J and S models.
This adorable black cat has found a nice spot to rest on a Nord Modular, which happens to sit above a Moog synthesizer. From Pete Crane via Facebook.
Good thing our little
synthcatdoesn’t shed too much
And from resting to performing…
Syd struts down a Roland Juno 60 with maximum floof effect. From Moustafa Ismail via the Facebook group Synthesizer Freaks.
A bit more on the Roland Juno 60, one of the classics:
Among the first in Roland’s amazing Juno family! Six analog voices of polyphony and patch memory storage!! The Juno-60 sounds great, however, like the Juno-6 it lacks MIDI control. The Juno-60 includes 56 patches of memory storage. The Juno-60 is still popular due in part to opinions that it sounds better (punchier) than the Juno-106. The Juno-6 and 60 are very rich sounding synthesizers and are great analog machines as long as you can withstand the absence of MIDI control.http://www.vintagesynth.com/roland/juno60.php
Beautiful Angelique joins us for a Midnight Monday CatSynth pic her Minimoog Model D. From James Johnson via the Facebook group Synthesizer Freaks.
Angelique, forcing me to make a decision between the Moog and her.
We at CatSynth believe one can have both 😻