SYNTH


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SYNTHSynthetic
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Fractions describe their sound as 'sad sounding electronic synth pop' but admit it has taken them quite a long time to perfect the sound they were looking for.
During rehearsals, Gemma and her fellow robots were packed off to a 'synth school' run by the show's choreographer, in a bid to rid themselves of any human physical gestures and become convincing synths.
SCHOOLS OF THOUGHT DURING rehearsals, Gemma and her fellow robots were packed off to a 'synth school' run by the show's choreographer, in a bid to rid themselves of any human physical gestures and become convincing synths.
However, Katherine admits she'd quite like a Synth in real life to help her and husband, actor Harry Peacock, with their two young children.
The synth boom shows no sign of abating as manufacturers continue to bring innovative gear to market.
Stockholm police released a statement on Twitter recalling: "Nightclub guest thought the drinks were bad and there was too little synth pop.
The new version comes with a new synth called Analog modeled after legendary monophonic synths of the '70s.
of carnival barker, chatty doorman and creepy-crawling neighbor, Gahan warmly caresses Gore's dark and moody lyrics with a clean, razor-sharp precision, while sputtering synth chords that sound like they are being muffled, suffocated and gasping for breath build to a harrowing and hellish crescendo.
But Synth is new, of uncertain provenance, its long-term side effects unknown.
This synth is not for the faint of heart, it's a little involved.
EIGHTIES synth prince Nik Kershaw will play The Cluny on April 30.
The PX-400R's digital tones range from pianos and strings to wind instrument and synth sounds.