Our wooden feline friend is back, this time on a vintage Roland Juno 106 synthesizer. Submitted by thedigitalpurrgatory (Anton Largoza-Maza) via Instagram. You can see a previous appearance here.
This is the second appearance of the Juno series in less than a week. Last Thursday we featured the Juno 60. The Juno 106 has a full MIDI implementation, including SysEx based editing and control, as opposed to the 60 which has no MIDI at all. Sound-wise they are quite similar, although many say that the 60 has a “warmer sound.” We at CatSynth cannot verify this.
For this week’s combined Weekend Cat Blogging and Photo Hunt on the theme “Wooden”, we present some wooden cats:
We also reach back into the CatSynth Archives™ for this photo of Luna enjoying some sunshine near a wooden table.
In an environment I like to think of as dominated by glass and chrome, wooden objects and surfaces abound. Indeed, many of my acoustic musical instruments are made of wood.
Weekend Cat Blogging is hosted by Billy Sweetfeets, who is also hosting Carnival of the Cats this weekend (we pulled double duty recently ourselves, so good luck).
Photo Hunt 283 is hosted by tnchick. This week’s theme is Wooden.