By Dan Levingston-Smith and Ben Jones, Associated Press article You could be using a synthesizer as a guitar.
You could even be using your harmonium instrument as a pedal, according to a study from University of Colorado Boulder.
A research team led by Michael Levington-Smith analyzed the sounds made by a number of synthesizers and found that they all produced a similar effect.
He said the findings suggest that synthesizers can be used as musical instruments.
The research team studied instruments made by the Yamaha DX100, Roland MK1, Roland MT-1, and many other instruments.
Each instrument has a unique sound signature.
In this study, they focused on a guitar, using a combination of harmonicas and effects.
The researchers then analyzed the sound generated by a Yamaha DX 100 guitar synthesizer.
“We found that the sound was generated by harmonium,” Levingfield-Smith said.
“The tone of the guitar was very similar to that of a real guitar.
We found that this harmonium sound is similar to a real string instrument, a piano or a guitar that is tuned to a particular tuning.
So, we had a sound that was similar to the sound that you would hear from a real instrument.”
The researchers found that a harmonium is used for various sounds.
Some sounds are made by adding harmonium strings to the instrument.
The string creates a sound similar to an acoustic guitar.
For example, you can make a sound of a piano sound like a violin.
Another effect is the addition of a resonator to the strings.
This creates a resonant sound that is similar in effect to a guitar string.
This type of sound is produced by the combination of a number, or string, and a resonating material.
The sounds of different instruments are produced by a variety of different materials.
Synthesizers typically consist of a series of separate parts that are used to create sound.
For some instruments, this can be a single sound that has been recorded on a particular microphone, a speaker, a microphone, or an acoustic instrument.
For other instruments, such as harmonium, the sound is made by mixing together the sound of the string and the resonating substance.
“For many of the sounds that we were able to create, we wanted to do it using an acoustic, so we needed a high-frequency resonant instrument,” Leveton- Smith said.
The scientists analyzed sounds recorded using a variety, but not all, of the instruments.
Some of the sound created by the harmoniums was very different from what is heard in the instrument itself.
For instance, there is a very similar sound that can be made using a guitar with two different harmonium instruments.
There is also a different sound that the researchers found was generated using a Yamaha FX-80, which has three harmonium pieces, and two other harmonium types.
The results of the research also showed that there is also an overlap between the sounds produced by these instruments and the sounds created by other instruments that use similar sounding material.
For the researchers, the research indicates that synthesizer sounds can be played with an instrument that has different materials and resonators.
The study is available online in the journal Proceedings of the National Academy of Sciences.