Zelda with Moog, Arturia, Mutable Instruments, and More

Zelda has found a great napping spot. We see an Arturia Keystep and a RackBrute containing a Mother-32, Mutable Instruments module; the other instruments are left as an exercise to the reader. From zmgcatclub on Instagram.

The sticker from Control in Brooklyn is a nice touch (check out our visit to the shop in 2019), as is the disco ball. Here is another pic of Zelda. We see that there is a Moog Subharmonicon on the next level up.

Tweek and Pedals

This cat is proudly showing off a large pedal collection, including a Signal Blender and Dark Star from Old Blood Noise Endeavors, Avalanche Run from EarthQuakerDevices, Hologram Electronics Microcosm, Collision Devices Black Hole Symmetry, and many many more.

From Antoine Marronclɘs via Facebook.

Olive with JL Cooper, Studio Electronics, JoMoX, Sequential, Roland, and More

Olive the cat  in chair in front of an impressive array of tabletop modules.  Next to her is a rugged JL Cooper fader fox; a Studio Electronics BoomStar, and a Yamaha 1980s item below it; a JoMox Alpha Base, a Sequential Prophet '08, sundry rhythm machines from Boss

Olive sits confidently in the command chair in front of an impressive array of tabletop modules. Next to her is a rugged JL Cooper fader fox (I had one of these on loan in the 1990s and wish I still had it). We also see a Studio Electronics BoomStar, and a Yamaha 1980s item below it; a JoMox Alpha Base, a Sequential Prophet ’08, sundry rhythm machines from Boss, and much more.

Submitted by Olive’s human Charles Whiley.

Jet and 9090 Analog Drum Synthesizer

Jet the black cat inside a synthesizer case.  A 9090 Analog Drom Synthesizer sits in front.

Jet sits somewhat stealthily inside a Ross Lamond VCS3 cabinet. In front, we see a 9090 Analog Drum Synthesizer. From Keith Winstanley via Facebook.

The 9090 is a DIY kit based on the legendary Roland TR-909 drum machine. The original site is here, and there is still an active Facebook group about them. You can find fully build versions there as well as on Reverb, etc.

You can see Jet’s previous appearances on CatSynth here.