Beautiful Lilli sits atop a Teisco 110f synthesizer. Submitted by Edda Hill via our Facebook page.
Our Lilli is holding an arpegio down on the Teisco 110f 😍
I confess I am not that familiar with Teisco synthesizer line, let alone the 110f. Here is a bit from Vintage Synth Explorer.
In the beginning of the 80’s Kawai began manufacturing synthesizers under the company name of Teisco. Their early designs resulted in synths like the S110F above. The Synthesizer 110F is an upgraded S60-F, with dual analog VCO’s and an updated look. It has a small but usable 37 note keyboard. Classic analog sawtooth, square, and triangle waveforms plus noise are on-board and can be mixed with external sounds run through the 110F’s filters and envelopes. The oscillators can be de-tuned for duophonic textures or phatter leads and bass sounds.
Our wooden feline friend is back, this time on a vintage Roland Juno 106 synthesizer. Submitted by thedigitalpurrgatory (Anton Largoza-Maza) via Instagram. You can see a previous appearance here.
This is the second appearance of the Juno series in less than a week. Last Thursday we featured the Juno 60. The Juno 106 has a full MIDI implementation, including SysEx based editing and control, as opposed to the 60 which has no MIDI at all. Sound-wise they are quite similar, although many say that the 60 has a “warmer sound.” We at CatSynth cannot verify this.