Albert sits atop a Korg Electribe SX (red, with SD card reader) as he contemplates his next composition. Submitted by David Cole via our Facebook page.
The SX was a major step forward for the popular Electribe series; plus it had a cool red metal case, and vacuum tubes.
Our friend Merce joins us again, with the Jomox Resonator Neuronium along with the MicroKORG. He also shares this classic Fluxus piano piece by George Brecht.
When you can’t even get a Fluxus piece right. George Brecht, “3 Piano Pieces,” from Water Yam, 1962
Even we at CatSynth sometimes find it hard to Fluxus right in these anxious times.
Our friend Merce the Cat (@Merce_the_cat on Twitter) rests comfortably against a microKORG.
In this moment of social distancing, Brisket is showing us how to do it right as he completely ignores the Korg Polysix next to him.
Submitted by Steve Peglar via our Facebook page.
Mimmo returns, this time with a Novation Circuit in addition to his Korg Minilogue XD. Submitted by “Christian Gatto” of Gabarria.
You can see Mimmo’s previous post here.
We finish out our week of black cats at CatSynth with this cutie from Kursk, Russia playing a Korg Minilogue XD. By dj.wadada on Instagram.
Nipping at the paws of our Tail and Kaoss Pad post, we have Kaoss Cat, who sits atop a full-size Kaoss Pad. From John Sargent Patterson via our Facebook page.
We always welcome cat-and-synth pics from readers. The best way to get them to us is via social media: post on our Facebook page, Tweet us @catsynth or post on Instagram with hashtag #catsynth.
An orange tail brushes against a Korg Mini Kaoss Pad. From shreviehoister via Instagram.
Adorable orange cat relaxing on a MicroKORG synthesizer (without the microphone). Submitted by Michael Melzer via our Facebook page.
This cat has found an optimal napping spot in the center of this studio. Submitted by Paul Toohill via Facebook.
Studio 23. There is reason in my madness, order in my chaos. And a cat in my chair, damn it…