Kielbasa and Teenage Engineering OP-1

Kielbasa – also known as “Not Tuna” in a previous video – is jamming on the Teenage Engineer OP-1. I like the combination of chords, pads, and more percussive bell-like tones.

Submitted by our friend Antoine Macrroncles at thedigitalpurrgatory on Instagram.

Not-Tuna with Teenage Engineering OP-1

For Black Cat Appreciation Day, we have some photos of “Not-Tuna”, a black cat who looks a lot like our friend Tuna, with a Teenage Engineering OP-1. From thedigitalpurrgatory on Instagram.

Pretty sure Not-Tuna is a synth cat, too.

https://www.instagram.com/p/Cvo6PNvP233/

Data, Cats, and Synths (Teenage Engineering, Korg, Sequential)

Our friends over at Cats on Synthesizers in Space recently posted this gem featuring Data and a variety of cats and synthesizers.

“There may be a correlation between cats and synthesizers. The need for more research is clearly indicated…”

Cats On Synthesizers In Space

There is a Korg Volca and a Teenage Engineering OP-1. I’m pretty sure the keyboard at the bottom is from Sequential.

Ciat-Lombarde Plumbutter and Korg Volca Modular

Black cat with a Ciat-Lombarde Plumbutter, Korg Volca Modular, orange and green stackable patch cables, and other devices.

This cute black cat looks ready to play a Ciat-Lombarde Plumbutter. We also see a Korg Volca Modular, another Volca, and a device that looks to be a Pocket Operator. We at CatSynth also respect this cat’s well-organized patch cables.

From Jackie Rogo via Facebook.

My puss plays a plumbutter

CatSynth Video: OP-1 synth sounds and initial track idea with cats

From Synth & Sundry on YouTube, via matrixsynth.

“Starting to make a new track with the Teenage Engineering OP-1. First I go through some of the sounds I used and then an initial arrangement that I hope to build on. My two cats came to see what I was up to in the process of shooting this.”

CatSynth Pics: Big Merp, Pocket Operator, Monotron

As I was editing our most recent CatSynth TV episode featuring the Pocket Operator, Big Merp jumped onto the desk and decided he wanted to get into the act.

He loves to be wherever the action is, so I took a bit of video and a few more photos. I even pulled out a (dusty) Korg Monotron for him to pose with.

His video clip made it into the introduction for the episode, which you can see below.