#1
i want to add a synth in one of my songs but not sure how i could do that?

any1 help
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#2
Like, physically/technically add a synthesizer into the mix?
If so, then you'd need to either:
a) mic it up and into your mixer just like a guitar, or
b) check for some kind of midi/usb out by which you could wire it into your computer and overlay it in the program of your choosing (protools, cubase, audacity).

If you're asking something else, then you'll need to clarify.
#3
well i dont technically own one due to money.. is there a way to computer generate them?
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#4
no computer program with any good quality. electro-harmonix micro synthesyzers are relitivly cheap ($200-ish) and work right in your guitars effect loop with no special pickups unlike most guitar synths. I'd reccomend one of them.
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#5
i just need something with an echoey sound in the background.
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#6
You can use something like FL Studio to generate synths. I think there's a free trial?
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#7
There are plenty of good software synths and sample playback synths out there, but quality costs money. What kind of synth sounds are you trying to get?