This cat poses very nicely with a vintage Korg KPR-77 drum machine.
From Andreas Gregor via the Facebook group Synthesizer Freaks.
We at CatSynth were not familiar with the KPR-77. From Vintage Synth Explorer:
The KPR-77 was Korg’s answer to the TR-606 drum machine. Like the 606, the KPR-77 is basically an analog machine. Its sounds consist of bass, snare, two toms, open and closed hi-hats, accent and (switchable) cymbal/clap. Each drum sound’s level can be individual mixed via the sliders.https://www.vintagesynth.com/korg/kpr77.php
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.
Louis is quite excited about this new Samson patchbay, or at least the box it came in. By Justin Saunders.
“Boring Gear Monday! My patchbay finally arrived. It’s cool how a simple device opens up possibilities for recording and effects chains. Also, Louis appreciates a new box now and then :-D”
Patchbays are among those under-appreciated but very useful pieces of studio gear, especially when one has a lot of synthesizers and I/O channels. I take mine for granted.
Jet and Milo return to CatSynth with a Korg keyboard synthesizer.
From Keith Winstanley via Facebook.
Blixa and Sasha are sitting together in the studio. We see Roland TR 707 and TR-8S rhythm machines, along with an Arturia DrumBrute. From Neil Parker via Facebook. 💕
I love these fluffy things more than anything.
I know the feeling. They are indeed so precious to us.
You can see more of Blixa and Sasha via Blixa’s tag on CatSynth.
A truly wintry scene with a Korg 01/W, a Korg SQ-1 sequencer, a small Dreadbox synth, and a color-matching cat Basti.
From Andras Karoly via Facebook. You can see Basti’s other CatSynth appearances here.
This cat sits atop an Alesis QS7 keyboard. In the back, we see a Korg Kross workstation and a Nord Stage that looks quite similar (but not identical) to one we have here at HQ.
From Andy Kockelkoren via Facebook.
A playful tuxedo cat with large modular system. A wide variety including Mutable Instruments, Bastl, Intellijel, Doepfer, Expert Sleepers, TipTop Audio, Pusherman and more.
From Christopher Atkins via Facebook.