- n. Plural form of synth.
“I highly reccomend playing this as loud as you can, because the effect of the layers upon layers of guitar and synths is somewhat mind-blowing.”
“Photosynth, a photo-management tool from Microsoft that stitches together digital images to create "synths" -- 3-D renderings of multiple photos of the same scene.”
“This has two consequences: the soft synths are still loosely tied optional dependencies, and the program is still able to communicate with external musical instruments, hardware synths, or many other soft synths, which is a very important feature for me.”
“I already called the synths soaring, but that word is the best descriptor for most of the vocals, too.”
“There's not a great deal of electronic subtlety in evidence - this is all throbbing beats and colourful synths, which is all very well - but it's not quite the broad cross-section of French electronica it might paint itself as being.”
“Photosynth allows everyone except Mac users to create unique panoramas or "synths" using their own photos.”
“Once you download it from the Photosynth site, you can browse "synths" that other users have already uploaded (be sure to check out the jaw-dropping tour of the National Archives; walk right up and examine the penmanship of the Constitution.)”
“Its one of the lesser known Casio VL-Series 'synths' ( I've got a VL-Tone, but foolishly took it apart) and is my kind of music gear: Very small, cheap, plastic and sounding like one of those annoying greetings cards that plays happy birthday when it's opened...except with a crude sequencer to forge your own classic synth-pop epic (probably with wristwatch drum machine backing).”
“Does anyone know if the company made any other "synths" ?”
“To make things even more confusing, some sample-based instruments are called "synths," not because they actually synthesize sound, but because they play back samples of synthesized sound.”
Looking for tweets for synths.