Lee is exploring the music and space around an Eletro-Harmonix 16 Second Digital Delay alongside a few other devices from Boss and Line 16. Submitted by our friend and sometime collaborator Suki O’kane.
Lee Attempting To Understand My Music
Alternatively, Lee Attempting to Find a Small Object He Can Throw On the Floor.
This sort of thing is all the same to Lee.
Meet Marsi, who has a cool collection of synths and rhythm boxes. He is sitting on a Yamaha CS1-X, and also has a Roland MC-303 and Boss DR-202. From Sascha Kaus via Facebook.
Sun’s May Flower on YouTube, via matrixsynth.
Poly synth – Roland Super JX 10
Bass – Korg Monopoly
Synth Lead – Arp Odyssey
Strings – Solina String Ensemble
Drums – Akai S900
Reverb – Lexicon LXP 15 II
Analog Delay – EEM 2000 ST
Chorus – Boss CH1 Super Chorus
Stereo Phaser – Arion SPH2”
Spot the cat 🙂
Ebotronix on YouTube, via matrixsynth.
Korg MS 20 duophonic via
Kenton Pro Solo & Pro Solo Mk 2
Yamaha MCS 02
FX TC M 3000 Boss VF 1
Logic Master Clock & Drums
@kittyroland on Twitter. Submitted by @monkeyben via our Twitter feed.
oliverchesler on flickr:
In addition to Zoe the cat, there is a
Voice of Saturn, Korg KR-55 and Boss DR-110 rhythm machines, a Roland SH3 and a Yamaha CS5, among others.
Oliver Chesler is also the author of the blog
wire to the ear which we at CatSynth follow.
From telladictorian on YouTube, via
“Making noise in the Prometheus Burning Studio as Nikki improvises a song with the Audio WeEvil during a Four Pi Movement warm up session. Hardware signal path: BugBrand AudioWeevil08, Boss FZ-2, D…”
Spot the cat who comes over to investigate/participate in the studio session.