Milali returns, this time strolling atop a Roland Juno-106. We also see a Roland SH-101, and the MS-20 and Future Retro Revolution from her previous appearance.
From midiride via Instagram.
Milali from Stuttgart poses elegantly atop a Future Retro Revolution synthesizer. Below is a Korg MS-20. A beautiful cat with two beautiful instruments.
Submitted by Caroline Sommer via our Facebook page.
Mackie the cat with a MacBeth M5 synthesizer. We also see a Future Retro Orb sequencer and a Yamaha Reface. From Phil Walling via Facebook.
Mackie (cat) working the ‘Mackie’ (MacBeth M5)
The MacBeth M5 is modern but rare analog synthesizer. It is reminiscent of a black-and-orange ARP 2600, but is a completely different instrument.
While reminiscent of the 2600, this is not a clone. It’s a semi-modular synthesizer that features a significant array of real-time analog controls with absolutely no digital circuitry at all. Totally faithful to the design and concept of early analog synthesizers, all sounds must be created by hand, tweaking knobs, patching cables and using a bit of creativity. There is no patch memory, no MIDI and no USB. Just really great analog sounds.http://www.vintagesynth.com/misc/macbethm5.php
We happy to have a new picture of Mimi from our friend Eric Pochesci of polynominal.com, this time with a Roland Alpha Juno:
And we also introduce “her little brother called “Monsieur Gris” (Mister Grey) playing with Future Retro Revolution! he’s a bit shy :)”
I have to admit, the Future Retro Revolution has interested me for a while because if its visual appeal. I tried it a few times at NAMM, but it never made to the top of the priority list to acquire. Does anyone have any thoughts on it as an instrument?