harmonizer

harmoniser

/ (ˈhɑːməˌnaɪzə) /

noun music

a person skilled in the theory of composition of harmony
a device that electronically duplicates a signal at a different pitch or different pitches

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Example sentences from the Web for harmonizer

  • Lincoln's whole nature inclined him to be a harmonizer of conflicting parties, rather than a committed combatant on either side.

    Men of Our Times|Harriet Beecher Stowe
  • Theosophy, as a harmonizer of faiths, is not likely to accomplish much that will be permanently good.

  • It is now extolled by its members as "the cement of faiths," "the harmonizer of religions."