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.
@CoryKilduff on Twitter.
Current digs/home office/studio & cat
We at CatSynth can certainly relate to that description.
Sascha is back in the studio and ready for some attention. Behind him are the offerings from Roland and the Squarp Pyramid MK2 (to the left of Sasha’s rear).
From Neil Parker of
Space Kitty, via Facebook.
I really need to get stuff done, pay some bills and this guy wants pets and head boops.
You can see more photos of
Sascha and the late great Blixa via their tags.
A more recent photo of Orion,
who we featured last week and in a few other posts. He really looks like Big Merp from this angle, though he has a smudge on the right side of his nose.
@justin3am via Twitter.
Orion (and Justin) have some very cool audio gear here, including the Eventide H9000 and some analog Universal Audio. We at CatSynth do covet these. 😸🎛
This cat is in charge at the console and ready to mix his next hit record. Submitted by Dirk Vanstraelen via
our Facebook page.
Identification of the synth in the background is left as an exercise to the reader.
The engineering staff at TinyCrush mixing is hard at work, and ready for your next recording project. From
hgprs on Instagram.
How cozy do you like the start of your week? 🔮⠀
⠀ Here we are working on the mix/production for the second album of a returning client, and finding lots of joy in witnessing the growth in their creativity and artistic vision since the beginning of our collaboration last year.✨⠀ ⠀ Mix bookings are available starting mid February. Inquiries via TinyCrushMixing.com, DM or email 🧬
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,
Black cat in a studio with floor-to-ceiling keyboard synthesizers. We see a Juno 106 and a Yamaha DX7, but leave identification of the rest as an exercise to the reader.
From Wrecka Lec on Facebook.
Was my seat…now it’s the cats seat.
Lilli finds a comfortable spot in the studio between some mixers and a 500 series rack. From Edda Jayne Hill.
Lilli waiting for me to power up the mixers so she can get stuck in and mix down our new track 😁
Here at CatSynth, Sam Sam often looks forward to mixing tracks and post-production for our videos.
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
Casio the tabby cat finds a comfy spot in this cozy bedroom studio. By Kris Nicholson via Facebook.
This little bedside studio is designed for me not to get out of bed and it’s not just a little music studio but also I can create my computer animations using Poser.
I’m using a Korg microSTATION Music Workstation and iPad Pro loaded with music apps and synthesizer apps and also you can see my cat her name is Casio.