CatSynth Pic: Queen of Moog

This cat proudly shows off a Moog modular. Queen of Moog, indeed!

From Reed Hays on Twitter, submitted by our friend and follower George Kelley. You can always submit your CatSynth pics via @catsynth on Twitter.

Pixel in the Studio, with Moog and Korg

Pixel returns, this time holding court in her studio. We see two Moog synthesizers, a collection of Korg Volcas, another keyboard, and more. Submitted by @DJLahbug via Twitter.

Pixel says hello from her studio!!!

Note that this is her studio.

CatSynth Pic: Moog Prodigy

Cat sits on a Moog Prodigy mid-peformance. It looks like the cat has a paw on a Moogerfooger pedal as well.

From Brent Regier via Facebook.

CatSynth Pic: Moog One

The black cat is proud to own this Moog One synthesizer. From Jon Sellers via Facebook.

Yet again, I forgot to check the scheduling link to see if the room was reserved

Fortunately, Sam Sam and I have a pretty good arrangement for sharing the studio. Merp, however, prefers to drop in unexpectedly – but we have a good time.

The Moog One is quite an impressive synth for a cat or a human.

 Per voice, Moog One offers 3 newly-designed analog VCOs, 2 independent analog filters, a dual source analog noise generator, analog mixer with external audio input, 

CatSynth pic: Moog Subsequent 37

A cute tuxedo cat performs on a Moog Subsequent 37 synthesizer. Or is it a Sub 37? Sometimes I can’t tell.

From vieudofficial via Instagram.

CatSynth Pic: Moog Grandmother and Sub 37 (Universal Audio)

Our friends at Universal Audio are getting into the CatSynth-pic business with this post on Instagram 😺

Who’s making music in their living room these days 🙋‍♂️⠀

https://www.instagram.com/p/CAWVWL0jT-0/

We see Moog Granthmother and Sub 37 synthesizers, a few pedals, and of course a UA Apollo interface.

CatSynth pic: Studio Buddy (Moog and Nord)

A pic from the studio of our friend and collaborator Bill Wolter. His cat naps in front of a Nord Electro and Moog Sub 37.

Studio buddy. She’s my friend until I start playing drums.

Our cats are used to all sorts of crazy loud sounds emanating from the studio, but I suppose live drums is something altogether different from a psychoacoustic perspective.

You can see the many other posts on CatSynth featuring Bill here.

CatSynth Pics: Mr. Maximillion returns

Mr. Maximillion returns to CatSynth, with some of his best studio poses to date. From our friend Charles Whiley via Facebook.

He certainly is a handsome fellow. And his synth collection grows more impressive all the time. We some Sequential (Dave Smith), Moog, JoMoX, Novation,

To see more of Mr. Maximillion’s appearances, please click here.

CatSynth Pic: I didn’t say stop

A little fun this morning. From Michael Butler via Facebook.

Cats make great listening companions in the studio. Sam Sam can often be found lounging on the beanbag chair (as Luna did before her) – she just seems enjoy being there and listening, even to all the “weird” music that I make.

Wordless Wednesday: Sam Sam and US 101

Our interests in cats, synthesizers and highways come together in this photo featuring Sam Sam checking out my US 101 shield, which I was using as a backdrop for a livestream concert on Saturday.