Jet returns to CatSynth. She poses handsomely in front of a Minimoog Model D. There is a a clone of Moog 904A lowpass filter.
From Keith Winstanley via Facebook.
You can see more of Jet via
this link, including the week she and Milo took over CatSynth 😸
Cute black kitten with a Yamaha Reface DX synthesizer. From Brian Magkasi via Facebook.
Synth requirements: deffo need to match your kitten
This handsome black cat is dressed and ready for his piano performance!
@dj_ewi via Twitter.
The black cat is proud to own this Moog One synthesizer. From Jon Sellers via Facebook.
Yet again, I forgot to check the scheduling link to see if the room was reserved
Fortunately, Sam Sam and I have a pretty good arrangement for sharing the studio. Merp, however, prefers to drop in unexpectedly – but we have a good time.
The Moog One is quite an impressive synth for a cat or a human.
Per voice, Moog One offers 3 newly-designed analog VCOs, 2 independent analog filters, a dual source analog noise generator, analog mixer with external audio input,
Black cat in a studio with floor-to-ceiling keyboard synthesizers. We see a Juno 106 and a Yamaha DX7, but leave identification of the rest as an exercise to the reader.
From Wrecka Lec on Facebook.
Was my seat…now it’s the cats seat.
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.
Phantom performs on a Yamaha DX21 synthesizer. From Andreas Gregor via Facebook.
This was Phantom. He had an ear for synthesizers. I recorded him on my DX21 one day. I think he might be the only cat that released a track on iTunes and Amazon. Lol.
Naptime Electronique is available on Amazon and Apple Music.
Black cat guarding and impressive and varied collection of synthesizers. From Patriwiki Wiki Wiki via Facebook.
Identification of the synths left as an exercise to the reader.
Handsome black cat with a Korg MS2000 synthesizer. From our friend
synthguy216 on Instagram, who asks “why so serious?”
The MS2000 is in the lineage of Korg’s MS-20 and MS-50, but uses analog modeling, and offers 4-voice polyphony. It was released in 2000, and combines the MS-style mix of pre-wired patching with very accessible real-time knob controls and a patching matrix via the LCD screen. There is also the MS2000R rackmount version.
Adorable black cat with a goatee on a Yamaha DX7. From Deo Karnaby via Facebook, who states that his cat had the goatee when he was younger, but lost it as he got older.