vocoder

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vo·cod·er

 (vō′kō′dər)
n.
An electronic device or system for synthesizing speech.

vocoder

(ˈvəʊˌkəʊdə)
n
(Instruments) music a type of synthesizer that uses the human voice as an oscillator
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