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Synonyms for synthesist

an intellectual who synthesizes or uses synthetic methods

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A large number of IMSTA's survey respondents cite software costs as the primary reason they use unlicensed copies of software, which can be used for everything from mixing audio tracks together to emulating old analog synthesizers.
Venom: New Virtual Analog Synthesizer Brings Unprecedented Sound Options to Customers of All Skill Levels
At The NAMM Show, Anadigm(R) will demonstrate a five-channel crossover filter and an analog synthesizer based on new reference designs that illustrate the power of adding software interaction to analog circuits in audio subsystems.
Rich began building his own analog synthesizers in 1976, when he was 13, and later studied at Stanford's Center for Computer Research in Music and Acoustics.
The book examines all aspects of early commercial analog synthesizers, their developers and users (musicians/engineers), works created, the public's changing reception of synthesizers, and finally the marketing professionals and sales people.
On Headphones, Bazan plays a nice collection of vintage keyboards and analog synthesizers, rather than Pedro's indic-rock guitar, and he has a great feel for the way a shift in rhythm can turn a line on its head.
Direct analog synthesizers "make use of a limited number of auxiliary or standard frequencies derived from a reference.
Drones and drum machines are in evidence, as is a techno influence, but here the old analog synthesizers now back in vogue are played as if they're ancient folk instruments--employed for moody texture, not mechanical buzz.
Direct analog synthesizers provide fast switching speeds and low phase noise over a wider bandwidth although the RF output range is limited to a few hundred megahertz.
They do magic shows, perform woodland dances in black leotards, and play electronic music on handmade analog synthesizers.
Playing through any number of gadgets and analog synthesizers, he can wail like Television's Tom Verlaine, spray arcing waves of notes like Echo and the Bunnymen's Will Sargent or "Revolver"-era George Harrison, riff like Jimmy Page or squall like vintage Suicide.
On early albums, Stereolab's droning, hypnotic sound relied on obsolete recording methods, vintage analog synthesizers and electronics that might have been used to create hi-fi test records or the space-age bachelor pad music of Esquivel and Martin Denny.
Direct analog synthesizers provide fast switching speeds and low phase noise over a wider bandwidth, although the RF output range is limited to a few hundred megahertz.
While there are no sections or chapters on music basics, Braut does define most musical terms inter alia: "The first analog synthesizers were monophonic.