Edward (Ed) finds a cosy spot next to a large Eurorack modular system. We see a Euclidean Circles modules from vpme, several DIY-built modules from Nonlinear Circuits with the colorful knobs, a Make Noise Maths, and a Volts Platz from Frequency Central.
Big Merp loves attention and always wants to be where the action is. So it’s fairly common to find him on this spot between the MacBook Pro and the Modular system. And in this instance, he struck a particularly handsome pose 😻. You can see quite a few of our Eurorack modules, including our prized Metasonix yellow and silver tube modules in the upper left corner of the case, as well as many others that have appeared in our recordings and videos over the years. A full list of brands is in the tags.
This is also where we shoot a lot of our hardware demo videos, so it often ends up cluttered. But we always make sure there is space because you never know when Merp is going to jump up and say hi.
We are celebrating our 500th episode of CatSynth TV! Hard to believe we have made so many of these, but we have and we’re still having fun with it.
This one features numerous synthesizers, including the Octave CAT, Pocket Gamelan, and various instruments from Arturia, Cherry Audio, Moog Music, Strymon, MOK, Buchla, Metasonix, Make Noise, and more. There is also an appearance by Sam Sam at about the 1-minute mark.
A beautiful black-and-white photo of a tabby cat in front of a modular system featuring modules from Mutable Instruments, Make Noise, Mordax, and more. I do like alliteration, but we do also see interesting modules from Noise Engineering and 4ms.
Today we feature our very own Big Merp in the studio. He was assisting with our recent video on the Yamaha RX5 – specifically the “RX5USB” cartridge. We also one portion of our modular collection, including Metasonix modules, Rossum Morpheus, E350 Morphing Terrarium, Benjolin, Expert Sleepers, Sputnik Modular, Mordax, 4MS, Make Noise, Pittsburgh Modular, Koma Elektronik, 2hp, Folktek, and more.
This is the video we were working on at the time.
We also have a detailed tutorial for the RX5 itself
Handsome Toulouse sits atop a modular system featuring modules from a wide variety of makers, including Make Noise, Mutable Instruments, Noise Engineering, Expert Sleepers, Wrong Electronics (the intriguing-liking Vector Space module in the lower left). From hshmodular, who also has a series going into detail on several of the modules on their Instagram. Check it out!
Today we have CatSynth pics with our very own Big Merp, who loves to jump up on the desk. Here we see him with our Yamaha RX5 drum machine and our massive modular system. The Metasonix modules are easy to spot, as are the Make Noise modules. We also have MOTM, Rossum Electro-music, Sputnik modular, 4MS, Malekko, Folktek, Mordax, and more as we get into the second grouping in the distance. We also see a bit of the Arturia MiniBrute 2 and Moog Mother-32. A fuller accounting can be found in the tags.
Satie is once again posing handsomely atop his modular system – or rather, a modular that he shares with his fellow feline Tweek. In this view, we can see offerings from Mutable Instruments and Make Noise, and glimpses of others behind the nest of patch cords.
Satie joins us again. This time he has a Make Noise 0-Ctrl, an impressive modular system that includes offerings from Erica Synths, Mutable Instruments, Make Noise, Intellijel, and Bear Modules. There are also a couple of intriguing DIY instruments at Satie’s disposal.