MATRIXSYNTH: Mimì and TB-303

Sunday, March 11, 2007

Mimì and TB-303



  1. Real musicians consider this cruelty to animals.

  2. I don't get it. Why does everyone want to take a pic of their cat on a synth? I have 2 cats myself and I love them, but there's no way I want any cat's hair in my synth so they are not allowed in my studio. What's next, are people who love spaghetti going to start taking pics of there synths with tomato sauce on it?

  3. oh hair ruins synths.....

    actually probably have more human hair and dead skin in/on your synths then a cat would ever have...

  4. The amount of people crying in this post...

  5. but it's damn funny to read

  6. actually this post is originally on "cat synth" .In "Cat synth blog" , there's the word "cat" and the word "synth"

    People are free to use the gear as they want, there's enough geeks synth around getting themself too much serious, so at least there's something fun.

  7. yay
    wonderful !

    all I need is a cat :-)

  8. i repair music gear, ive seen awesome stuff ruined by cat piss several times.

    that stuff is NASTY. even seen tolex on a old amp melted by it.

  9. mice piss is just as's forsaken an opus3 i tried to save

  10. And who really cares if cat haor gets in it anyway, the 303s are shite. People are only buying them because it is trendy now. I picked up a few from pawn shops years ago when they were going for $50 a pop and Im glad I held onto them so I could sell them to the stupid hipsters on ebay for $1K apiece.


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