Wow - there really is some great stuff in this list! There's no way I'll guess the synths, but here are a few thoughts as I listened.
1. Ain't Fooling No - One: Classic 80's synth sounds! (Visage-inspired perhaps?)
2. Bing's Bong: What a wonderful groove! Hooked me straight away but gave me no clues to the identity of the synth or the composer.
3. Cinco: All sweetness and light, almost fairground-like, so might be Folderol in happy mode.
4. Everest: Superb orchestral arrangement, so I guess The Elf.
5. Ffenestrol: Trancy, slow grower but sucks you in, lovely work with delays and percussion, suspect this is a modular. Ben Asaro?
6. For the Love of it: Initially Vangelis-inspired (but with restraint), plus classical expertise, and linking between very disparate sections is smooth as silk. Eddy Deegan?
7. Infamous Last Words: Fascinatingly different! I never quite knew what was going to happen next in the mix. Bravo!
8. The Lighthouse: Hardware sequencer-driven? Good riff, which suggests Rich Hanson, although the organ sounds confused me. When the piano came in I thought of Folderol, but the distorted electronic drums at the end suggested hardware, so less likely.
9. Misty Mountain Pass: Haunting! Once again sound/riff development suggests modular and real-time knob-twiddling to me. Enjoyed it a lot.
10. Mr Tickle Takes a Bath: Now this screams Eddy Deegan to my ears, or could it be The Elf? 1:10 overloaded humour? Love it! I'm going with Eddy Deegan.
11. Nimrod - Tomita Style: Beautifully crafted, with loving attention to orchestral/electronic detail. A true labour of love. It has to be The Elf again.
12. Nova 5: Warm and inviting analogue sounds, used with subtlety and finesse.
13. Papa was a Rolling Stone: Riff-tastic, and locks into a beautiful groove. Love the restrained string lines. Shouldn't really comment on the vocals as they aren't synth-generated, but they are just so good. Is this really all performed using a single synth? Must be a ROMpler/Kontakt then.
14. Resonating Over Time: Ooh, this one is difficult. Fascinating sound design and movement. Some classic chord changes, and lovely frilly piano work suggests a pianist at work.
15. Star Cruiser: Very interesting chord changes and light, airy sounds. Is this Folderol on the Yoshimi Pi perhaps?
16. Woodwalk: Interesting mix of sounds, including some gorgeous clinking percussion. Wonderful change half-way through. Some of the synth phrasing/note bends made me wonder if this is a guitarist playing the keys. Rich Hanson perhaps?
I bet I got them all wrong, but am genuinely fascinated to have the synths identified