What is synthesiser?

  • (noun): (music) an electronic instrument (usually played with a keyboard) that generates and modifies sounds electronically and can imitate a variety of other musical instruments.
    Synonyms: synthesizer
    See also — Additional definitions below

Some articles on synthesiser:

Black Cherry (Goldfrapp Album) - Personnel
... Alison Goldfrapp – vocals, producer, synthesiser, engineer, arranger mixing art direction, design Will Gregory – producer, synthesiser, engineer ...
Flash Gordon (soundtrack) - Personnel
... Freddie Mercury lead vocals, synthesiser, piano, keyboards Brian May lead guitar, backing vocals, synthesiser, piano on "Flash's Theme" and "The Hero ...
The Number One Song In Heaven - Personnel
... Bennett, Backing Vocals Keith Forsey, Drums Ron Mael, Keyboards, Synthesiser, Vocals Russell Mael, Vocals Jack Moran, Backing Vocals Giorgio Moroder, Synthesiser Dan Wyman, Synthesiser Programming Dennis ...
Tsk Tsk Tsk - Members - Participants
... Anthony (Anthe) Montemurro – synthesiser (1977–1978) Alan Gaunt – synthesiser (1977–1978) Ernie Althoff - saxophone (Wartime Art 1980) Kim ...
This Island (Eurogliders Album) - Personnel
... Akerman — guitar John Bennetts — drums, percussion, cymbals Ron Francois — synthesiser, bass guitar, backing vocals Grace Knight — vocals ...

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