Context filters are often ignored by the general population but any Synthesist devoted to the craft will tell you that they are, by far, the most useful tool of the trade. You probably can guess who invented them. Yep, it's Dawud. His context filters, when used correctly, can change an ineffective or ordinary Synthesia formula to produce something far more complex.
There is barely anything that Dawud doesn't know about. He is a seasoned biochemist. He is proficient in math and science. He has comprehensive technical expertise.
Dawud likes thoroughly watching sci-fi movies, having a good think while streaming a playlist of Latin music, and reading autobiographical material. He isn't a fan of asking for a friend's opinion before making an important decision, having anything to do with action movies, or reading entertainment magazines. Again and again, Dawud will be off playing a good game of Strasbourg, rapidly consuming the pages of Fundamentals of Wavelets, and watching NOVA.
Dawud's often found working with Genesis Pearson to try and create context filters for the portable synthesis of food items. They have yet to find much success as this is an uncommonly difficult problem to solve. As phenomenal as Dawud's context filters may be, they may not be the most efficient route to a viable solution.
Dawud is in disgusting love with that episode of Color Sample Wars with Pure Pussywillow White and Banana Mania since Pure Pussywillow White was the guaranteed winner after being paired with fairy bowel movements and nobody saw it coming.