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From Longman Dictionary of Contemporary English
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synthesizersyn‧the‧siz‧er (also synthesiser British English) /ˈsɪnθəsaɪzə $ -ər/ noun [countable]  APMan electronic instrument that produces the sounds of various musical instruments
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synthesizerBut as a synthesizer, he is worth giving more attention than history has accorded him so far.Baryon performs solo and in duo with percussionist Mina Cinelu who also plays guitar, banjo, mandolin and synthesizer.The output layer had 26 units that encoded phonemes and stresses and drove the sound synthesizer.When I have built up what I want to say, I can send it to a speech synthesizer.There are more than 500 different sounds on the synthesizer, each of which has a complete scale on the keyboard.No longer able to speak, he communicates through a voice synthesizer.Codes are converted to sounds for the outputs by using DECtalk, a complex rule-based expert system voice synthesizer.
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