A bright return to an old favorite, Warm Water Cove Park on San Francisco’s central waterfront.
Cool cat with a lion cut on a Korg modular synth. This appears to a vintage Korg PS-3300. From Very Records via Twitter.
Kat on a Korg.. 🙂
The PS-3300 is a rather rare synthesizer, but an impressive one. I did get to play the closely related PS-3100 early this year at the Vintage Synthesizer Museum. You can hear a bit in this video.
Meiko gets ready to lay down some rhythms on the Drum KAT. From our friend Charles Whiley.
The Drum KAT has long been a fixture in the world of MIDI percussion. I remember the rectangular pad with “Mickey Mouse ears”, as well as the KAT Mallet and the “MIDI Kiti” that converted external triggers to MIDI, something that would still be valuable today with the proliferation of CV, modular, and alternative sensors for making music.
Ringo plays a minimalist tone cloud on a Korg Triton Synthesizer. He also has a Waldorf Blofeld if he wants to add another sonic layer to his performance.
From our friend Damien Olson in New York. You can see a bit of a concert we did together in Brooklyn last year in this video.
Fern poses with her Behringer Model D synthesizer. From Mouth Full of Corpses on Twitter.
fern please dust your synth
Radio tower atop “Communications Hill” in San Jose, California.
An orange cat sits atop a weighted 76 key workstation. We also see a Waldorf Blofeld and a Roland V-Synth, among other instruments.
From Berkant Atay via Facebook.
Cute orange cat Pisze poses with a Boss “Dr. Rhythm” DR-660 drum machine. Submitted by Fa Szi via our Facebook page.
We see both cats lounging in the rather impressive synth studio of Space Kitty. Found via Space Kitty’s Facebook page.
Really? I just fed you guys.
This cat is playing a massive chord on a keyboard of indeterminate provenance. Above is a Korg M3 workstation and in the upper left we espy a Nord modular tabletop.
From Neil Fowler via Facebook.