This cat has a cozy studio setujp, with multiple keyboards, continuous controllers, synthesizers, and a laptop. From Douglass Craig via Facebook.
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 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 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.
A spatious studio space with sundry synthesizers, including Sequential, Moog, a modular, and more. Of course, no studio is complete without a cat, and a cat bed. I really like how open and light the space is.
From @CoryKilduff on Twitter.
Current digs/home office/studio & cat
We at CatSynth can certainly relate to that description.
A delightful jam by Marie Ann Hedonia on a modular as her cat Chase watches.
I hereby title this track “Cat Dance”.
Even though Chase was completely disinterested in helping me produce this track. 😸That’s okay, I forgive him.https://www.instagram.com/p/CYVNjg7JeZp/
Our white feline friend is back with their impressive Hordijk Modular system. From 1000cables on Instagram.
Our final CatSynth pic of 2021 features our old pal Runkl from Portland posing handsomely next to a rather large modular system. He even has his patch cables collected up nicely.
Submitted by Jeph Nor (Runkl’s human) via our Facebook page.
Fang hold court in the middle of a studio featuring vintage Roland Juno 106 and JX-3P synthesizers, as well as a more recent Roland Aira system on top. From @moonrunner83 on Twitter.
Fang wishes everyone Merry Synthmas! Musical keyboard
(He’s obsessed with this drum throne)
Synthmas may be over for the here, but synths and cats live on all year long!