Definition of synth in English:

synth

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Pronunciation: /sɪnθ
 
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noun

informal
  • short for synthesizer.
    More example sentences
    • Guitars are stripped clean and forced to interact on equal footing with strings, pianos, synths, even brass.
    • The dependence on drum machines and synths unfortunately date and trap most of the music in the late 80s.
    • The melodies are strong throughout and there's a nice mix of guitars and synths, of rock and electronica.

Derivatives

synthy

adjective
More example sentences
  • On one hand, you have the minimalist synthy electro sounds that belong in the goth clubs.
  • ‘Storm the Gates’ opens slowly and quietly, but eventually builds into a crashing crescendo with a synthy backbone.
  • The first band was new wave, very synthy, then I sang in a bossa nova band, so that's quite different, then came the girl band, then I sang in a noise guitar band.

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