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  1. Synthesizer - Wikipedia

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    A synthesizer (also spelled synthesiser) is an electronic musical instrument that generates audio signals. Synthesizers generate audio through methods including subtractive synthesis, additive synthesis, and frequency modulation synthesis.

    • History

      As electricity became more widely available, the early 20th...

    • Impact

      Early synthesizers were viewed as avant-garde, valued by the...

    • Components

      Synthesizers generate sound through various analogue and...

    • Clones

      Synthesizer clones are unlicensed recreations of previous...

  2. Frequency synthesizer - Wikipedia

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    A frequency synthesizer is an electronic circuit that generates a range of frequencies from a single reference frequency. Frequency synthesizers are used in many modern devices such as radio receivers, televisions, mobile telephones, radiotelephones, walkie-talkies, CB radios, cable television converter boxes satellite receivers, and GPS systems.

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  4. Moog synthesizer - Wikipedia

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    The Moog synthesizeris a modular synthesizerdeveloped by the American engineer Robert Moog. Moog debuted it in 1964, and Moog's company R. A. Moog Co.(later known as Moog Music) produced numerous models from 1965 to 1980. It was the first commercial synthesizer, and is credited with creating the analog synthesizeras it is known today.

    • 1965—1980
    • VCO
  5. Guitar synthesizer - Wikipedia

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    From Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia This article is about guitars that can be played like synthesizers. For keyboard synthesizers that are held like guitars, see keytar. A guitar synthesizer is any one of a number of musical instrument systems that allow a guitarist to access synthesizer capabilities.

  6. Syntetizátor – Wikipédia

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    Syntetizátor alebo syntezátor môže byť: . v hudbe: hudobný nástroj tvoriaci tóny elektronicky syntézou, pozri syntetizátor (hudba); v telekomunikáciách: syntetizátor nosných signálov (zariadenie na odvodenie viacerých signálov s presnými kmitočtami z jedného alebo niekoľkých základných signálov pomocou syntézy)

  7. Synth-pop - Wikipedia

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    Synth-pop (short for synthesizer pop; also called techno-pop) is a subgenre of new wave music that first became prominent in the late 1970s and features the synthesizer as the dominant musical instrument.

    • 1977–80 in United Kingdom and Japan
    • New wave, art pop
  8. Wavetable synthesis - Wikipedia

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    Often used in the production of musical tones or notes, it was developed by Wolfgang Palm of Palm Products GmbH (PPG) in the late 1970s and published in 1979, and has since been used as the primary synthesis method in synthesizers built by PPG and Waldorf Music and as an auxiliary synthesis method by Ensoniq and Access.

  9. Syntetizátor (hudba) – Wikipédia

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    Syntetizátor alebo syntezátor (nesprávne: syntetizér, slangovo synťák, klávesy) je elektronický hudobný nástroj, ktorý tvorí výsledný zvuk syntézou.

  10. SynthV Wiki | Fandom

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    Welcome to the Synth V wiki, an unofficial information database dedicated to all things Synthesizer V! Synthesizer V, also referred to as Synth V is a singing synthesizer created by Dreamtonics. It supports several different languages, such as English, Japanese, and Chinese. We welcome any information regarding Synth V and its voicebanks.

  11. Synthwave - Wikipedia

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    Synthwave (also called outrun, retrowave, or futuresynth) is an electronic music microgenre that is based predominately on the music associated with action, science-fiction, and horror film soundtracks of the 1980s. Other influences are drawn from that decade's art and video games.