Beautiful Persophone returns. This time she has an Arturia keyboard controller to go along with the Behringer Model D (center rear) and sundry other items. From Rob Robinson via Facebook.
An adorable black cat performs on a Moog Grandmother synthesizer. We also a Korg Volca and a nice-looking Zoom R16 audio interface nearby. From Drew Christopher Ratliff via Facebook.
I absolutely love this beautiful little cat with black fur and green eyes. But it does remind me a bit of our sweet Luna, so this is a little layer of sadness along with the beauty.
The Moog Grandmother is part of the semi-modular series that also includes the Mother-32 and the Matriarch. They are all very accessible ways to get into Moog synthesizers. And they have a colorful design reminiscent of the MG-1.
We have a treat for you today, a sequence of the OP-Z from Teenage Engineering sequencing the Voltage Research Lab from Pittsburgh Modular. Elliott the cat presides, and by all accounts approves 😸.
This cat found a cute hiding space under the keyboard and on top of the patch cables. From Marcus Pearson via the Facebook group Synthesizer Freaks.
We wrap up our week of Milo and Jet with this picture of Jet leaning against a modular synth. This is a pose worthy of Big Merp 😸
Thanks to Keith Winstanley for all the pics. We will feature Milo and Jet in the regular rotation going forward. If your cat has posed with synthesizers or any other musical instruments, please let us know in the comments, via Facebook, or Twitter @catsynth.
Jet and Milo continue their weeklong march through the pages of CatSynth. Today, Jet shows of two classic Sequential synths, the Pro One and Prophet 5.
Submitted by Keith Winstanley via our Facebook page.
The weeklong takeover by Keith Winstanley and his cats Milo and Jet continues. Today we have Milo sitting comfortably (?) in front of a classic Minimoog Model D.
The Minimoog is a favorite of ours at CatSynth. You can see photos of our own and others here.
We have a special treat this week as Keith Winstanley and his cats Milo and Jet take over with a new CatSynth pic each day! First up, we have Jet with The Electric Music Box, the keyboard part of a Music Easel. this one has an unusual monochromatic face, but I like it. And it matches the cat 😸🎹
George sits atop a modular system. From Cat Full of Ghost Electronics via their facebook page.
Looking to the future, sitting on the past.
Identification of the “past” modules left as an exercise to the reader.
Today we have three adorable pics from Brian Moran of his cat with a Make Noise 0 Coast synthesizer and a Korg SQ-1 sequencer.
The three together make for a cozy winter cat-and-synthesizer session on the bed.