The revolution is here

Sunrizer synth is a virtual analog synthesizer that takes the definition of iOs synthesizer to the next level. Thanks to carefully designed architecture and heavy usage of coprocessor it blurs the boundaries between iOs and hardware synthesizers. Sunrizer was built to perform and works perfectly with any MIDI keyboard or sequencer. A lot of research has been done in order to achieve unheard warmth and clarity.


  • True SuperSaw sound emulation, first found in the legendary Roland JP-8000 synthesizer. SuperSaw is a layered waveform consisting of multiple saw waves which are detuned to create an extremely full and epic sound. It's possible to use 2 supersaw oscillators per voice * 7 saw waves per oscillator * 7 polyphony = 98 saw oscillators playing the same time!
  • Two independent filters per voice with configurable routing. You can select between various filter types including classic resonant LP,HP,BP,Notch and less common like Comb, Formant, Frequency Shifter.
  • The Morph Group function lets you continuously morph of up to 30 parameters in a sound (including effects), using only the modulation wheel.


  • 2 warm-sounding analog modelled oscillators per voice + 2 sub-oscillators (except SuperSaw). Available waveforms: Saw, PWM pulse,Triangle, SuperSaw.
  • Oscillator 2 hard-sync and configurable routing.
  • True FM/PM oscillator mode
  • Osc-mix, ring modulator.
  • White noise oscillator.

Flexible multi filters

  • Two independent filters per voice with configurable routing. 15 filter types available.
  • Configurable routing: serial or parallel with bypass option.
  • ADSR envelope, keyboard tracking and full LFO control.


  • Two LFOs per voice. It's possible to assing each LFO to almost any parameter. 3 LFO running modes: trigger, 1 shot, global. 6 waveforms, phase and fade-in knobs.
  • The Morph Group function lets you continuously morph of up to 30 parameters in a sound (including effects), using only the modulation wheel.
  • Two Modulation ADSR Envelopes for amplitude and filters cutoff.
  • Pitch and modulation wheels.


  • A number of effects are built in: distortion, chorus, equalizer, stereo delay. All parameters can be modulated using mod-wheel.


  • Sunrizer incorporates very powerful programmable arpeggiator and you should think of it more like a small step sequencer.

Other features

  • 200 presets + additional banks available for free
  • Adjustable polyphony (6-20)
  • Playback modes: poly, solo, arp.
  • Phrase sequencer
  • Built-in recorder supporting AudioCopy, iTunes file sharing and DropBox.
  • MIDI, Audio Unit v3, AudioBus 2 and Inter app audio compatible.
  • Configurable piano keyboard size.
  • MIDI learn - tap and turn.
  • Virtual MIDI ports.
  • Hold button allows you to to keep notes sustaining until you play new notes. This is useful together with the Arpeggiator or with Legato. With Chord Memory function you can play the chord by only pressing single keys. Great for octave or ”fifths” lead lines, for example. Add a little Glide as icing on the cake!
  • Tube soft saturation on output.

Special thanks to: Jacek Dojwa, Mark Jenkins, Matthias Kroh for great support and presets.


  • Single-screen interface
  • Perfect emulation of JP-8000 supersaw
  • 16 filter types
  • Total morphing or all parameters
  • Arpeggiator with deep sequencing capabilities
  • CPU friendly
  • Tons of prestes


  • Mac OS X 10.7.x, 10.8.x, 10.9.x, 10.10.x
  • AU compatible host application (32bit or 64bit)

In the press...

Virtual analogue synths are now all over the App Store, but this is one of the best. The most important thing is the sound... and it’s great. – MusicRadar

Thick, beautiful, virtual analog sounds. Transparent interface. Excellent value. – PCMag

This really is the synth that keeps on giving! Inspiration and intuition truly blend together in this musical instrument. – Alan Parsons (App Store review)

>Sunrizer is the first truly mature polyphonic synth for the iPad, a real, smooth and powerful sounding option for all sorts of stage and studio performances. – Mark Jenkins, author “Analog Synthesizers”