Synthesizers come in a number of forms. The most recognisable for most would be as a keyboard. They also come as desktop units without a keyboard.
Another big difference between synthesizers is whether they are analogue or digital. Analogue units generate the sound from electronic circuits, where as digital models create sound on computer chips in the units.
These days many users synthesise all of their sounds with software, but hardware units are still popular for a number of reasons (in fact they are enjoying a recent increase in popularity). Hardware units are dedicated to their purpose with controls specific to their function. Many people prefer the sound from these units, and they also offer a point of difference, giving you a specific ‘sound’.
At Store DJ we understand Synthesizers. We stock a great range of keyboard and desktop units as well as performance pianos, workstations and all the accessories you may need. Our staff have been using synthesisers for years, so come in to see us today!