This kitten performs a semi-tonal improvisation with string sounds. From [LEL TV] Strange Musician Life on YouTube.
One from a treasure trove of performances on the Arturia MiniLab by cats Tony and Frankie on Instagram and TikTok. Listen to the accompanying mews in this one.
Amusing from Jezebel Delgado on Facebook. This cat is doing the purrfect pedal tone for the start to Van Halen’s infamous “Jump”
Speaking of Jump, please check out our review and demo of Arturia’s OB-Xa V.
A beautiful gray cat plays a noisy bass drone (C# and D#) via a Novation Impulse 61 synthesizer. From Conspirador Norteño on Twitter.
Adorable music video with synths and a cat. What is not to love?
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.”
A bit more guitar than synth, but still cats and music. And best of all, it’s a benefit for our friends at House Of Dreams No-Kill Cat Shelter in Portland. If you are in the area, please go check it out!
Dino steals the show in this video from Ok Housecat. Lots of fun circuit-bending in this one, and Dino seems to be enjoying it.
I managed to order one of the new Rick & Morty Pocket Operators from Teenage Engineering, and it arrived at HQ yesterday. I decided to film the unboxing and initial attempts to play it for CatSynth TV, but Big Merp decided to get in the act. You can see our fun in this video.
The Pocket Operator is a tiny synth from Teenage Engineering that comes in several models of which the Rick-and-Morty-themed version is the most recent. Once I fully get the hang of it, I will do a proper demo, probably in conjunction with the modular or Field Kit.
A beautiful sunset in the Panamint Valley after a flash flood. The Panamint Valley is another deep valley just to the west of its more famous neighbor, Death Valley, in California. This watery desert sunset was also the subject of a recent CatSynth TV with original synthesizer soundtrack.