Orion joins us again. He’s doing scratch’n’roll in front of a tower of synths including a Waldorf Quantum (a unit we at CatSynth have lusted after), a Linnstrument, Sequental P6, AMS Hydrasynth Desktop, and more. It looks like they have also installed the Serge panels from this previous post into the larger studio setup.
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.
Basti sits on a Sequential Prophet X synthesizer, next to a Sequential Pro 2. From Andras Karoly via Facebook.
The Prophet X and Pro 2 are quite different instruments, and we’re sure that Basti and her human will have a lot of fun making music with both of them. You can see Basti’s previous appearances on CatSynth via this tag.
Olive sits confidently in the command chair in front of an impressive array of tabletop modules. Next to her is a rugged JL Cooper fader fox (I had one of these on loan in the 1990s and wish I still had it). We also see a Studio Electronics BoomStar, and a Yamaha 1980s item below it; a JoMox Alpha Base, a Sequential Prophet ’08, sundry rhythm machines from Boss, and much more.
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.
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.
Dali has quite the impressive synthesizer setup! In front we have an Arturia MatrixBrute, behind him a Sequential OB-6, Akai MPCX, the same Moog DFAM and Behringer TD-3 from the photo of his brother Rothko, a Behringer Model D, and a lot more. If you can name any of the other instruments, please feel free to share in the comments.