Cute black-and-white cat in a black-and-white photo investigating a small Eurorack setup along with an Akai EWI. From bentnoise on Instagram.
A cat sits in the command char or a small studio featuring the Serum wavetable software synthesizer, a large Eurorack system, an Arturia BeatStep Pro, Strymon Big Sky, and more. We are particularly curious about that small device with the grid of purple buttons. The cat, on the other hand, looks ready for a nap.
A cat sits in the middle of a rather impressive setup including two Elektron instruments, a Sequential Prophet 6, and a large modular system. From markuswansart via Instagram.
Frank proudly shows off a massive modular system anchored by a pair of Arturia BeatStep Pros. And in space to boot!
Submitted by Wellington Bär via our Facebook page.
Today we have a seriously cute cat with a modular system, a Roland System-1m, Korg SQ-1, Arturia keyboard and more. From Simon RD via Facebook.
Identification of the individual modules left as an exercise to the reader.
Black cat – green eyes like our Luna – with a rack full of modules from Erica Synths. From James Johnson via Facebook.
Both the cat and the modules are gorgeous!
Our very own Big Merp is our featured cat as he sits in the middle of our demo rig featuring a Sensel Morph (with Buchla Thunder overlay), Arturia MicroFreak, and our modular synth setup.
If you haven’t already done so, please check out our recent video with Big Merp’s performance and our demo connecting the Sensel Morph to the modular via Max/MSP.
It looks like someone managed to integrate their cat into their Eurorack system. From klusa_daba_music via Instagram.
new kind of modular, sounds really organic 🦑🦑
Juno is back again this week; he clearly loves this blue Serge clone module. There are also quite a few other interesting modules in his collection, clearly a cat with good taste!
From Markus Welt via our Facebook page.
Coco sits in front of a rather large Eurorack modular system. Submitted by Daniel Warner via our Facebook page.
Identification of individual modules and brands left as an exercise to the reader.