Cat relaxing next to a Korg Monologue synthesizer. From ba2ba4e on Instagram.
Our white feline friend is back with their impressive Hordijk Modular system. From 1000cables on Instagram.
Our friend Gracie, the quality manager at Synthetic Dreamscapes, gives her seal of approval for this beautifully restored Jupiter 4.
“This one’s passed test – ship it!” 🐈https://www.instagram.com/p/CXrXQkpPvNK/
This cat means business, and has an impressive setup featuring a Novation Peak, multiple sequential synths, and a large modular system. From gravityswell via Instagram.
Trapped. Send snacks.https://www.instagram.com/p/CXKKzqsP9g0/
Gracie of Synthetic Dreamscapes stands atop a refurbished Roland Jupiter 6. As the quality inspector, Gracie stands on everything they do.
An elegant retro scene with a cat and a Moog modular system. From archillect on Twitter.
This cat really loves the Behringer Neutron.
It’s nice and warm. And so easy to patch 😺
From Ian Lambert via Facebook.
Cute black cat with a growing Eurorack system featuring modules from Noise Engineering, Hexinverter, 4ms, and Doepfer. From @sophia_hjkl on Twitter.
guess who finally getting into eurorack?https://twitter.com/sophia_hjkl/status/1453516328019521537
Cute cat with an ARP t-shirt playing an orange-style ARP Odyssey! Posted by the ARP Archives / Alan R. Pearlman Foundation on Facebook.
cats, and synths, and t-shirts, OH MY! 🔮https://www.facebook.com/alanrpearlmanarchives/posts/1230127707492087
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We at CatSynth are quite happy to feature Cleo today. I have also had the opportunity to play a Korg Rhymth 55 in the past, at the Vintage Synthesizer Museum. A bit in the instrument from Vintage Synth Explorer:
he KR55 was, for its time (1979), an advanced preset rhythm drum machine with up to 96 preset rhythm patterns! These patterns cover the whole gamut of presets (Waltz, Samba, Rhumba, Bossa Nova, Tango, Slow Rock, Swing, Rock, etc.). The KR55 also featured a “swing beat” control to add a variation to the groove. Each drum sound’s level can be individually adjusted for each pattern. It can also be externally controlled via footswitch jack for the Start/Stop and Intro/Fill switches. The KR55B was a black-chassis version released a few years later in 1982 with twice as many rhythm patterns. It has been used by Jean-Michel Jarre, Trio and Depeche Mode.https://www.vintagesynth.com/korg/kr55.php