CatSynth Pic: Marcel, Crumar Bit One, and Italian Vintage Synth

It’s turning out to be a week of black cats here at CatSynth. Today, our friend Marcel from returns, this time with a Crumar Bit One and an (unnamed) Italian vintage synth. From on Facebook.

We at CatSynth were not that familiar with the Crumar Bit One, so we looked it up on Vintage Synth Explorer:

The Bit One is a 6 voice programmable polyphonic analog synthesizer with digital control that rivals the Roland Juno-106 synthesizer. The 61-note keyboard is equipped with velocity which is a rare option among similar synths! The 2 computer controlled oscillators, 6 voltage controlled filters, 6 VCAs and 2 LFOs each per voice, easy hands-on editing and a double/split mode keyboard make this one phatt analog polysynth!

CatSynth Pic: Crumar Bit 99, Roland Juno 106, Korg MS-20, Metasonix, and More

White cat with a Crumar Bit 99, Roland Juno 106, Korg MS-20, and modules from Doepfer, Metasonix, and more.

A beautiful white cat sits atop a Crumar Bit 99 synthesizer, and beneath a Roland Juno 106 and Korg MS-20. We also see some Eurorack modules, including some Doepfer and a Metasonix yellow module – most likely an R-53 like the one sitting near me as I write this.

From Suren Seneviratne via Facebook.

CatSynth pic: Soma’s Solo

From Persiflage on flickr:

We have seen Soma playing synthesizers before.

And try out the soma tag for an interesting mix of what this site is about.

CatSynth pic: Jesty

Submitted by Eddy Thalassis-Butler:

The synth is a Crumar Bit99.

We have seen Jesty before here at CatSynth.

And check out yesterday’s black cat synth video if you have not seen it yet.

CatSynth pic: Soma plays synthesizers

From persiflage on flickr:

How could a miss a cat named Soma? 🙂

Check out more Cats on Tuesday. And C-O-T visitors may enjoy our recent post on Cats of China.