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…
Mimmo inspects a patch on a Korg Minilogue XD. Submitted by Gabarria via our Facebook page.
Gatto Mimmo controlla il suo synth 🙌🏻
Gabarria is a duo of Christian (human) and Mimmo (cat). You can hear some of their music below.
An orange cat lounges next to a “Tower of Volca”. Submitted by Greg Roussac via our Facebook page.
I see a Kick, Beats, Drum, and Bass. We at CatSynth have a Beats, along with our favorites: the FM and the Modular. If you have not yet done so, please check out our new demo of the Volca Modular, and we will be giving one away on February 9!
Today we have three adorable pics from Brian Moran of his cat with a Make Noise 0 Coast synthesizer and a Korg SQ-1 sequencer.
The three together make for a cozy winter cat-and-synthesizer session on the bed.
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.
As our time in New York winds down (for now), it seems appropriate to share a Brooklyn cat. Elektra naps on a keyboard beneath a Korg MS-20 synthesizer. She seems really comfortable and content.
From Maeghan Donovan via Facebook. Please check out her music at http://maedon.net/
This rather handsome long-hair cat is posing with a Behringer Model D synthesizer, a keyboard, and two Korg Volcas, the first one of which is a Volca Keys. Submitted by Ricardo Branco via our Facebook page.