Music Synthesizer - Instruments in This Family

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Synthesizer: list of all the most popular musical instruments in this family. Any well-known instrument in the Synthesizer instruments family is included along with photos when available. The list you're viewing is made up of items like Moog and Continuum. (10 items)

Akoustik Piano is a virtual instrument developed by Native Instruments for both the Mac OS X and Windows XP platforms. It uses a large collection of audio samples taken from three grand pianos and one upright piano The software used for playback is Native Instruments' own Kompakt player/synthesizer, which is used as a stand-alone program for live performance or recording to MIDI. Additionally it may be used as a plug-in for a digital audio workstation ...more on Wikipedia

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ARP String Ensemble is listed (or ranked) 2 on the list Synthesizer - Instruments in This Family
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ARP String Ensemble

The ARP String Ensemble, also known as the Solina String Ensemble, is a fully polyphonic multi-orchestral synthesizer with a 49-key keyboard, produced by Eminent NV, distributed by ARP Instruments, Inc. from 1974 to 1981. The sounds it incorporates are violin, viola, trumpet, horn, cello and contrabass. The keyboard uses 'organ style' divide-down technology to make it polyphonic. The built-in chorus effect gives the instrument its famous sound. ...more on Wikipedia

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Continuum

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EMS VCS 3 is listed (or ranked) 4 on the list Synthesizer - Instruments in This Family
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EMS VCS 3

The VCS 3 is a portable analog synthesiser with a flexible semi-modular voice architecture, by Electronic Music Studios Limited in 1969. Note this product was called various names by EMS. For example, the printed logo written to the front left of products are: “V.C.S. 3” or “The Putney ” on the earlier version, then “The Synthi II” on the later version. ...more on Wikipedia

Family: Synthesizer