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.
Panda the tuxedo cat holds court in a square of keyboards. He has some impressive offerings from Elektron, Sequential, Access, and Nord. From Andras Karoly via Facebook.
Here is a close-up of Access Virus keyboard.
Basti naps near a collection of keyboard synthesizers, including a Sequential Prophet X. We also see a MicroKorg and a Novation keyboard. From Andras Karoly via Facebook.
Here is a close-up of Basti sleeping.
The keyboard in this photo appears to be a Nord.
Please check out our chat with Dave Smith about the Prophet X from NAMM 2019.
A cute tuxedo cat performs on a Moog Subsequent 37 synthesizer. Or is it a Sub 37? Sometimes I can’t tell.
From vieudofficial via Instagram.
Sam Sam in the studio with a California Highway 58 shield. Vintage modifications done in Adobe Lightroom.
Our interests in cats, synthesizers and highways come together in this photo featuring Sam Sam checking out my US 101 shield, which I was using as a backdrop for a livestream concert on Saturday.
In this moment of social distancing, Brisket is showing us how to do it right as he completely ignores the Korg Polysix next to him.
Submitted by Steve Peglar via our Facebook page.