from The American Heritage® Dictionary of the English Language, 4th Edition
- adj. Relating to or being an instrument whose sound is modified or augmented by a synthesizer.
- adj. Relating to or being compositions or a composition performed on synthesizers or synthesized instruments.
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- v. Simple past tense and past participle of synthesize.
- adj. produced by synthesis
- adj. produced by a synthesizer
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In 2002, Emmy was used to create “The World Anthem,” an inspiring ballad synthesized from the similarities the program found in the national anthems of the world.
His new full-length, Music Business, takes its cues from both Italo disco and Detroit techno and electro, and in it I hear something new synthesized from the two.
Every participant will prepare material in accordance with a script synthesized from the transcript of the 1991 broadcast.
This one framework provides all the voice features that ship on the device, namely synthesized speech and the voice recognition ability described above that is used by VoiceControl.
The questions of many others who submitted will be represented in questions Mr. Feldman "synthesized" from large numbers of similar questions.
History of Science Department Chair Anne Harrington, a member of the social sciences working group, said yesterday that she expects Smith will "report a kind of synthesized procedure that has come out of the various working groups."
The Vocoder was a kind of synthesized voice processor through which he sang -- on Sunlight
In all three, ideas having to do with “heart putting” carry religious significance.2 In Latin, the linked forms are synthesized into one word: crēdo, “I believe” or “I put heart into.”
At the same time, San Francisco and its environs delivered airbrushed impressions of hippies on pot or peyote, or on magic mushrooms and their synthesized twin, LSD, plus a whole dopeload of other experimental drugs.
Metallurgists, chemists and industrial engineers discovered or synthesized innovative materials and methods allowing buildings to soar skyward, withstand earthquakes and become transparent.