American Heritage® Dictionary of the English Language, Fourth Edition
- n. Informal A synthesizer.
- n. A style of light popular music made with synthesizers. Also called synth-pop.
- n. slang A musical synthesizer.
- Shortened from synthesizer. (Wiktionary)
“Yes | No | Report from KMB33 wrote 45 weeks 5 days ago wood looks better but synthetic doesnt flex or crack as easy, so it would probably be more accurate, plus synth is lighter.”
“Yes | No | Report from KMB33 wrote 45 weeks 2 days ago wood looks better but synthetic doesnt flex or crack as easy, so it would probably be more accurate, plus synth is lighter.”
“Enthusiastic crowd (though far too many toweringly-tall shoes, and I don’t just mean the women – how do you expect to rock out in that kind of footwear?), lightly interactive performance, and I wish they didn’t call it a solo act, because whoever the chick rocking the synth is (absolutely gorgeous, too), she needs more face time.”
“Long-running British duo Goldfrapp are renowned for their groundbreaking electro-pop albums (which arguably provided the blueprint for upstarts like La Roux), but over the years they've experimented with sounds ranging from glam rock to what can only be described as synth-folk.”
“I still don't think a synth is a proper synth without them.”
“What sounded like a guitar might actually be a keyboard; what sounded like a synth might be a bass.”
“In my opinion there are too many so-called synth-pop bands now and most of them are making bad music which has the effect that the people have to spend a lot of time to find the few good ones.”
“ToneMatrix is a simple sinewave-synth, that is visually and conceptional similar to the Monome.”
“Coming off more as a throwaway, the foursome tweak a synth to match Numan's, while White manipulates his instrument to match.”
“wv = "synth" - the ability to come up with fake sympathy upon demand.”
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