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Analog synthesizer

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  1. were mostly replaced by digital synthesizers and samplers over the middle to late 1980s

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  2. a synthesizer that uses analog circuits and analog computer techniques to generate sound electronically

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  3. A very common circuit component in analog synthesizers is the operational amplifier (op-amp), a kind of integrated circuit

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  4. The earliest synthesizers used a variety of valve and electro-mechanical technologies

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  5. ARP synthesizer patents

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