Satie returns this time with a fancy modular system featuring modules from Make Noise, Mutable Instruments, Bafaco, and Intellijel. The “David Lynch” panel is a nice touch as well.
It looks like our friend Orion has found a new spot next to the Novation Launchpad. From his Instagram account @orion_is_life.
This is my new spot in the forbidden room : daddy’s office 🤭🤭🤭😹😹😹! I’m making music with my daddy and it sounds good😸😸💗!
Have a happy new week my furriends!! 😻💗😽😽
Orion shows off a complex patch on a Eurorack Serge system featuring modules by Random*Source. From Justin Sullivan (@justin3am) on Twitter.
We at CatSynth have long been curious about those Serge modules from Random*Source as a way of exploring Serge-style modular synthesis in more detail. The underlying premise is building up complexity from very simple building blocks like slope generators.
You can see all of Orion’s appearances via this tag.
Our friend Jazzy from Eevo Lute Music and Technology returns, this time with a Korg Volca Keys.
Milo inspects the case for an emerging Buchla modular system. From Keith Winstanley.
Milo has appeared several times on CatSynth – you can see all his appearances via this tag. Although he is a tuxedo cat, from this angle he looks entirely black. Either way, we know he and his human are going to have a lot of fun with this new modular system.
Caspar (black cat) with Paul (human) who sports a Speak&Spell t-shirt. The venerable Speak&Spell has become a mainstay of circuit-bending and other lo-fi electronic music practices.
Submitted by Paul Williams via our Facebook page.
his is Casper, he is the friendliest cat and he belongs to our hosts at an Air B&B we’re staying at in North Wales.
Always fun to meet friendly cats on travels.
Here we see Bread (orange), and Tuna (black) finding comfy napping spots on a bass and a Korg Monologue, respectively. From thedigitalpurrgatory on Twitter.