This cat has some amusing photos in front of a Moog modular. The images are also rather…green. You can see more in the Instagram post from dj.wadada embedded below.
We have two cats in this studio during purrfect yin-yang pose under a pale blue light. Submitted by Derek Carter via our Facebook page.
We see an M-Audio Oxygen controller on the desk, and a Moog Sub-37 (or Subsequent?) in the lower right corner.
The white cat from Kamal Sabran’s studio returns. We see a Behringer Poly D and DeepMind, sundry modular, and a lot of beautiful retro gear including reel-to-reel tape recorders. A microKORG appears to be stacked in the lower-left corner.
From our friend Kamal Sabran in Malaysia via Facebook.
new film score / kambing soon
Occasionally, we feature other animals with synths. Today we have our first panda-and-synth video from felonious_skunk_music on Instagram. The Moog and Rhodes combination has a very 1970s vibe, and we’re here for it.
A moody image featuring cat, Moog Mother-32, and modular synthesizers. From Steve Taormina of ROBOTSPEAk, our local synthesizer store in San Francisco.
Watch this video from ROBOTSPEAk’s 16th anniversary show.
This cat holds court in an impressive collection of vintage synthesizers and sits on a Yamaha SK50D. We also see a Yamaha CP10, a Moog synthesizer, an electric piano in the back, and more! From Sai Barker via Facebook
She is enjoying the vintage synths. Happy Sunday! Greetings from Mexico.
We at CatSynth are also enjoying all the vintage synths. If you can identify any of the others in this photo, please let us know in the comments.
This cat sits proudly atop a four-level stand of keyboard synths. On Row 3 (below the cat), we see a Waldorf Blofeld and Moog Little Phatty Stage Edition. Below that a RolandJX-8P and Korg MS-20. On the bottom row is another Roland keyboard. And on top, the cat’s paws are sitting on an Arturia Spark. The instruments behind the cat are left as an exercise to the reader.
From Dimitri Chatzigiannakis via Facebook.
Jet returns to CatSynth. She poses handsomely in front of a Minimoog Model D. There is a a clone of Moog 904A lowpass filter.
From Keith Winstanley via Facebook.
You can see more of Jet via this link, including the week she and Milo took over CatSynth 😸