Synthesizer definition

sĭnthĭ-sīzər
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An electronic device containing filters, oscillators, and voltage-control amplifiers, used to produce sounds unobtainable from ordinary musical instruments or to imitate instruments and voices.
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One that synthesizes.

A synthesizer of others' ideas.

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(music) An electronic instrument, often played with a keyboard, that combines simple waveforms to produce more complex sounds, such as those of various other instruments.
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A person or thing that synthesizes.
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(music) An electronic instrument that creates its sounds with electronics and has a keyboard.
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(music) An electronic instrument module that creates its sounds with electronics and does not have any keyboard.
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(electronics) An electronic circuit that generates an electronic signal oscillation with accurate timing from a reference oscillator.
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(electronics) An electronic device that generates electronic signal patterns to test an electronic circuit.
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Noun

Singular:
synthesizer
Plural:
synthesizers