David Levy and his cat return, with an “epic” sounding riff featuring Spitfire Audio’s “Fractured Strings” run through Metasonix models, processors from Overstayer and Thermionic Culture, and more.
We close out a week of white cats with Shiro playing a tune on a Yamaha SK50D. From hdgenis in Mexico City via Instagram.
The SK50D is a two-manual beast of an instrument, an ensemble synthesizer with a drawbar organ, strings, a mono bass synth, and more. It was released in 1980 and is quite rare. Shiro is demonstrating the organ section for us, along with a one-note vocal.
This beautiful white cat complements the vibrant colors of the Novation Launchpad (or at least the Novation launchpad box). From giorgiozucco on Instagram.
Snowy has found a nice place to nap atop this impressive modular system. In addition to the TipTop Audio case, we see offerings from many module-makers: Music Thing Modular, Dreadbox, Qu-Bit, 4ms, Toppobrillo, Shakmat, WMD, Westlicht, and more.
From Exit Chamber on Twitter.
Really want to make some bleeps and bloops but don’t have the heart to move this sleepy fluffball.
Our friend Merce has found a nice napping spot atop a MicroKORG synthesizer.
From @merce_the_cat on Twitter:
Our friend Jazzy from Eevo Lute Music and Technology returns, this time with a Korg Volca Keys.
Our friend Jazzy from Eevo Lute Music and Technology (eevolute.studio) returns, this time with a Toraiz AS1 from Pioneer DJ and Dave Smith.
Our white feline friend is back, this time in a cozy spot inside a ModCan modular system.
From 1000cables on Instagram.
She has such a lovely house 🙂
We at CatSynth agree.
Our white feline friend is back with their impressive Hordijk Modular system. From 1000cables on Instagram.