Shared by our friend Antoine Marronclɘs on Facebook.
An orange cat looking down at a Moog Taurus and Behringer TD-3. We also see an Arturia MicroBrute. Moog MF Delay pedal, and more. From ben_mac on Instagram.
Loki sits comfortably atop a vintage Polymoog synthesizer. From aagtive on Instagram, who provides the following commentary:
Been using the Polymoog keyboard more lately. I’m finding on its’ own it’s rather limited. But the rock organ bass with the filter on can be be quite strong and effective. Also, by building an audio effect rack even the piano preset can become something quite interesting like you heard on my previous post.
Each note has its own circuit board apparently. Perhaps that’s part of the charm. I also enjoy the wobbly sounds I get when it’s first powered on and hasn’t had time to warm up yet.https://www.instagram.com/p/CccE1ymOYHN/
I did have the opportunity to see those boards on the inside of a Polymoog recently.
Our friend Hookah the Cat returns with another jam. This time it has an awesome space-drone quality with some dissonant chords.
Zelda has found a great napping spot. We see an Arturia Keystep and a RackBrute containing a Mother-32, Mutable Instruments module; the other instruments are left as an exercise to the reader. From zmgcatclub on Instagram.
The sticker from Control in Brooklyn is a nice touch (check out our visit to the shop in 2019), as is the disco ball. Here is another pic of Zelda. We see that there is a Moog Subharmonicon on the next level up.
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.
An elegant retro scene with a cat and a Moog modular system. From archillect on Twitter.
Winchester (the cat) clearly loves being in the studio with his human and all their gear. We two Moog Mother-32s and another Moog synth to the right; a Sequential Pro One, the unmistakable blue of the Strymon Big Sky, and a device from Alesis in the lower right.
Submitted by Craig P. Smith via our Facebook page.
My little buddy Winchester loves being in my studio!
We love seeing cats and their humans happy together like this.