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.
Cat mug with a TTSH, a clone of the Arp 2600 synthesizer. By Alexander Henriksson on Facebook.
And another cat has found its 🏠
The TTSH is an Arp 2600 clone that can be built as a DIY project, as described by The Human Comparator. San Pedro Labs builds full versions, including wood casings. (They used to be here in San Francisco, but have recently relocated to New Mexico.)
There are no midi tracks playing in this video. Everything is done live with the Time&Timbre pack. Every Timesting and Bassline-101 is controlled by three knobs and two sliders:
First knob: Density of the Timesting sequencer
Second knob: Offset of a LFO that controls the Filter Frequency
Third knob: Amount of reverb from a Convolution Reverb
First slider: Release
Second slider: Wetness of the Time Delay
A fun video to close out the week. And we love the little cat figurines 😺.