The Tiger Synth VSTi some sound examples are single patches performed skillfully by Dimitri Schkoda plus some shorter ones by HGF
Only one patch used with each example showing you can have a wide variety of sound from fairly straight to really complex ones. with the enhanced realtime control options this is a real performance synth suiting many needs.
The video has a retro movie sort of feel, does it not?
For this Weekend Cat Blogging, we present a particularly magnificent cat:
This is a Malayan tiger, though as one may be able to tell from the vegetation it is not in its native Malaysia, but rather is at the Bronx Zoo in New York.
It is hard to watch one of these tigers and not immediately see the similarities to the domestic cats that share our homes:
Like many other tiger species, the Malayan tiger is very endangered, with possibly only a few hundred left in the wild. The Bronx Zoo has a breeding program and recently saw the arrival of three cubs, though I did not get a chance to see them personally.
If you haven’t already seen our “Earth Day wildcats” post from this weekend, please check it out. Meanwhile, here is another big cat, with accompaniment on a Korg DS-10. From peasant2general on YouTube, via matrixsynth:
“A small improvisation using only a Korg DS-10, no external effects, only edited out the boring parts 😉
Sorry, but I forgot to also record it on video, so I put up a simple slide with tigers, just because c: Enjoy!
PS: sorry for the lack of bass end, trust me the DS-10 does have some nice bass!”