Mr. Maximillion has found an odd place to chill in the studio 😸. From our friend Charles Whiley via Facebook.
Mr. Maximillion holds court on a stump in Charles Whiley’s studio.
Pow! It’s Mr. Maximillion 💖
Obie sits in the center of Charles Whiley’s impressive studio. Obie is short of Oberheim, and we of course love black cats. But he is rarely photographed with the synths compared to Mr. Maximillion. We are happy to be able to feature him today 😺
The adorable Meiko with a Sequential (Dave Smith) Prophet ’08 synthesizer. From Charles Whiley via Facebook.
Mr. Maximillion is napping peacefully in the middle of the studio. Identification of the synths left as an exercise to the reader.
From our friend Charles Whiley via Facebook.
I can leave him down here. In fact he finds peace in this room. The others…not so much.
Sam Sam can be found napping in our studio as well. It is, of course, part of her territory, but she sees it as a safe space. If she is particularly anxious, she sometimes hides behind the mixer and equipment rack.
Our friend Charles Whiley demonstrates his main mixing console…wait for it 😸
We at CatSynth also enjoy the classic four-on-the-floor beat in the background.
Meet Miko, another of the cats that lives with our friend Charles Whiley in Arkansas. She assists him in the studio as he produces his wild synth jams; and she is absolutely adorable!
You can see Whiley’s previous contributes to CatSynth via this link.
Identification of the synths left as an exercise to the reader.
Some recent pictures of our pal Mr. Maximillion in his studio. Looks like found a great spot for relaxing and supervising.
He is quite the handsome fellow.
Photos courtesy of his human, Charles Whiley. Mr. Maximillion’s extensive synth collection isn’t really visible in these photos, but you can see more if it in some his previous pics and videos.
“Flying Techno Kitties”: a video of two cats getting down to some beats in the studio. From Charles Whiley via Facebook. Watch all the way through for some fun flying action 😸
Mr. Maximillion chills in Charles Whiley’s updated studio.
Submitted by Charles Whiley via Facebook.