synthesizer

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Synonyms for synthesizer

an intellectual who synthesizes or uses synthetic methods

(music) an electronic instrument (usually played with a keyboard) that generates and modifies sounds electronically and can imitate a variety of other musical instruments

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TabToolkit includes an audio synthesis engine, tempo playback controls, metronome, and an easy-to-use tab upload and download manager.
Sonic Networks EAS: implements an interactive audio synthesis engine to support ringtone and game audio including a General MIDI (GM) synthesizer, matched soundsets, support for all ringtone formats, digital audio effects, and graphics synchronization.
a provider of audio synthesizer technology, announced today that Sonic Network's embedded audio synthesis (EAS(TM)) technology has been licensed for incorporation into Skyworks' Lynx(TM) multimedia mobile platform architecture.
Sonic's EAS is a device-hardened and validated, high quality audio synthesis solution that supports all current and legacy ringtone formats and provides advanced MIDI audio capabilities to support advanced mobile gaming applications.
a worldwide provider of audio synthesis technology to the handheld consumer device and musical instrument markets, today announced that Sonic's Embedded Audio Synthesis (EAS(TM)) technology is now available for the ARCsound(TM) audio subsystem.
a leading provider of software powering next generation phones and mobile devices, has licensed Wave Arts' MobileSynth(TM) audio synthesis technology for use in Palm OS(R).
com), a music industry veteran providing audio synthesis technology and high quality instrument wavetables, has joined INK.
The MPEG-4 Audio standard consists of a variety of audio coding technologies ranging from speech coding (HVXC, CELP), general audio coding (AAC, TwinVQ, BSAC), a Text-To-Speech Interface (TTSI), and numerous additional audio synthesis and coding techniques.
The SoundMAX solution, which consists of the Analog Devices AD1885 analog CODEC (COder/DECoder) and companion Windows(R) software drivers, leverages the Intel Pentium(R) III and Celeron(TM) processors to implement superior audio synthesis and 3D sound-effects processing.