Orion from @orion_s_life on Instagram returns. He is posing handsomely with a Sequential synthesizer (we’re pretty sure it’s the Prophet 12) and a Novation Launchpad Pro. Both great choices, as we have a Prophet 12 (tabletop) and Launchpad Pro here at CatSynth HQ, too.
Finnegan seems particularly keen on the Novation Summit today. From Greg Cole (@emptyvessel) via Facebook.
Novation Summit patch design consultation with Finnegan. I’m not sure what he’s so concerned about, should have used the Bandpass filter? Too much FM between Osc 3 & 1? Too much reverb (no such thing)? Not enough saturation? 🙀
We at CatSynth are confident that Finnegan will make this patch sing beautifully.
Smokey as a place of honor in this studio place of honor in this studio. On the right is a Novation Summit, in the center are offerings from Elektron. In the Upper left in the Studio Electronics Boomstar that we saw in a previous post with Smokey’s fellow feline Valentino, and on the left is a synth that we leave as an exercise to the ready.
This cat poses quite confidently against a Novation SL controller keyboard. She is sitting beneath onther keyboard/synth that we are pretty sure is from Sequential.
From danfurmusic in Winnipeg, Manitoba, Canada via Instagram.
Was fortunate enough to get to watch my parents cat over the past week 🙂 she’s a real sweetheart, but she’s quite critical of my mixes. It’s Been wonderful getting to look after so many pet pals recently 🙂 and willows really grown to love cats. She now whines anytime I don’t let her meet a new cat. She doesn’t really understand that some cats might be afraid of a 70lb dog and she just wants to be friends with them all 🙂
What is the importance of collaborating in your creative process? ✨⠀
That is indeed an interesting question. I feel much of my creativity is solitary, and I do enjoy that. But I also collaborate in myriad ways. This was true even during the depths of the pandemic when I recorded an album with remote collaborators. And I do miss my band and duo performances.