Cat on Covered Synths

Cats sitting on synths are a regular occurrence on this site – it’s kinda what we do. But our cat today is sitting on synth covers. Some beautiful covers, actually. There is the ARP Odyssey with classic lettering, and the more oblique “Synthesizers” with future-retro lettering. What actual synth lies beneath the cover and the cat is left as an exercise to the reader.

Submitted by Barry Whyte via our Facebook page.

Jeffin Rodegheri and Cat duo

A duo featuring Jeffin Rodegheri and a very serious cat on keyboard. Found via ScottsBassLessons.com on Facebook.

This music score deserves an Oscar 😹🙌

This cat’s musicality is impressive, and works well with the harmony and counterpoint from the bass.

Milali with Korg MS-20 and Future Retro Revolution

Milali from Stuttgart poses elegantly atop a Future Retro Revolution synthesizer. Below is a Korg MS-20. A beautiful cat with two beautiful instruments.

Submitted by Caroline Sommer via our Facebook page.

Wordless Wednesday: Second Street Return

An office building plaza where I used to enjoy stopping and sitting. It felt so…urban. It was good to visit again recently after a long hiatus.

Behringer RD-8 and Modular

This cat is singing to accompaniment from a Behringer RD-8 Rhythm Composer and a modular system housed in Arturia RackBrute 6U case. We see offerings from Mutable Instruments, Dopfer, TipTop Audio, Behringer (again), Endorphines, and more.

Submitted by Michael Caves via our Facebook page.

Borat the kitten and Yamaha EZ 200 Keyboard

Borat, an adorable black kitten, jumps up on a Yamaha keyboard (which we at CatSynth identified as the EZ 200) and plays us a song. Found via Borat’s Twitter feed.

CatSynth Pic: Two Cats in the Studio

We have two cats in this studio during purrfect yin-yang pose under a pale blue light. Submitted by Derek Carter via our Facebook page.

We see an M-Audio Oxygen controller on the desk, and a Moog Sub-37 (or Subsequent?) in the lower right corner.

Wordless Wednesday: Gate of Heaven (Mare Island)

Mare Island shipyard, California.

CatSynth Pic: Emily and Modular

Emily proudly sits atop a Eurorack modular system. She clearly owns it and is in charge. Submitted by Gunfire H. Horibly via our Facebook page.

We see a CTAG Strämpler up front, and a cool-looking hexagonal thing next to it – if anyone can identify that, please let us know in the comments.

Mae and Elektron Digitakt (and iPad)

Mae returns this week, with an Elektron Digitakt plus a connected iPad. Submitted by Alessandro Cilano via our Facebook page.

The Digitakt is a fun little instrument that excels at beats and other patterns. I did have the opportunity to play one at NAMM a few years back.

See Mae’s other appearances on CatSynth here.