CatSynth Pic: Esper in the Studio

Esper inspects a Cubase session in the studio with his humans. Submitted by Hope Tallen via our Facebook page.

Esper loves working with his Dad in the studio. He constantly plays on his synths and loves watching Cubase

We’d love to hear some of Esper’s music.

CatSynth Pic: Studio Panther (Arturia, Elektron, GameBoy)

A gorgeous house panther shows off her studio, which includes a MicroBrute and controllers from Arturia, an Elektron SidStation, and a Nintendo GameBoy. From Shaun Steven Struble on Facebook, who says this about the GameBoy:

My main composition machine. If I can write it in three voices on the gameboy and it sounds good, I know it’ll sound good when I expand it to the other synths.

CatSynth Pic: Sequential in Saskatchewan

Cat in a studio featuring a vintage Sequential Circuits Prophet 5 along with a more recent Sequential instrument, the Tempest. From barrettmross in Saskatoon, Saskatchewan via Instagram.

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Helping produce my cats debut album. #sequentialcircuits #roland#synthesizer #catsynth #vintagesynth#prophet5

CatSynth Pic: Pompey

From ghorgo on Instagram.

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Pompey 🎶🎹
#catsynth #catsofinstagram #catstudio#synth #ghorgo

CatSynth Pic: Mr. Maximillion on a Stump

Mr. Maximillion holds court on a stump in Charles Whiley’s studio.

Pow! It’s Mr. Maximillion 💖

CatSynth Pic: Obie in the Studio

Obie sits in the center of Charles Whiley’s impressive studio. Obie is short of Oberheim, and we of course love black cats. But he is rarely photographed with the synths compared to Mr. Maximillion. We are happy to be able to feature him today 😺

CatSynth Pic: Jazz in the Studio

Meet Jazz the cat, who presides over a studio with Roland AIRA, Elektron, and modular synthesizers. From Border One on Instagram.

In the #studio with #jazzthecat

CatSynth Pics: Mr. Maximillion in the Studio

Mr. Maximillion is napping peacefully in the middle of the studio. Identification of the synths left as an exercise to the reader.

From our friend Charles Whiley via Facebook.

I can leave him down here. In fact he finds peace in this room. The others…not so much.

Sam Sam can be found napping in our studio as well. It is, of course, part of her territory, but she sees it as a safe space. If she is particularly anxious, she sometimes hides behind the mixer and equipment rack.

CatSynth Pic: First Studio Cat of 2019

Our first post of 2019 is…a cat in the studio. From Matt Vraja via Facebook.


Purr-fecting the mix

Identification of the gear left as an exercise to the reader.

CatSynth Pic: Studio Meow Meow

Beautiful Persephone posing in the studio of our friend Rob Robinson.

We see a Behringer Model D (aka “the Boog”), a Korg Mini Kaoss Pad (original edition), and a vintage synth module that we can’t identify behind the kitty.