Synthesizer meaning

sĭn'thĭ-sī'zər
One that synthesizes.

A synthesizer of others' ideas.

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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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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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A device that generates sound by creating waveforms electronically (such as subtractive or FM synthesis) or from stored samples of musical instruments (wave table synthesis). Although rudimentary electronic instruments were developed as far back as the 1920s, it was Robert Moog (pronounced "Mogue") who popularized the synthesizer in the 1960s. The term itself was coined after his devices, which were the first to combine an electronic (piano-style) keyboard with extremely flexible sound creation capabilities. In the 1970s, the Minimoog portable synthesizer was widely accepted. See MIDI and speech synthesis.
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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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