any of various electronic, sometimes portable consoles or modules, usually computerized, for creating, modifying, and combining tones or reproducing the sounds of musical instruments by controlling voltage patterns, operated by means of keyboards, joysticks, sliders, or knobs.
Unfortunately, it has a synthesizer instead of an accordion.
The researchers used the tones not as they were played for a recording or a synthesizer.
There are many special machines, such as the harmonic synthesizer which predicts the tides.
Better still, the app actually plays the song thanks to a built-in multi-track synthesizer.
He speaks by way of a computer and speech synthesizer attached to his wheelchair.
These can be read as text on the pager or heard through a voice synthesizer.
The luminous eyes stop scanning the faces around him to concentrate on the screen linked to his speech synthesizer.
Spoken language through a voice synthesizer is coming soon.
Then you take this output and connect it to a speech synthesizer.
In his day he was a great and brilliant synthesizer.
British Dictionary definitions for synthesizer
an electrophonic instrument, usually operated by means of a keyboard and pedals, in which sounds are produced by voltage-controlled oscillators, filters, and amplifiers, with an envelope generator module that controls attack, decay, sustain, and release