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 Sunrizer by BeepStreet is a Virtual Instrument Audio Plugin for macOS and Windows. It functions as a VST Plugin, an Audio Units Plugin and a VST 3 Plugin.
Product Sunrizer
Developer BeepStreet
Price (MSRP)
Type / Tags Subtractive Supersaw UnisonBeepStreetSunrizer
Plug-in, App & Soundware Format(s)
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System Requirements
Windows XP, 7, 8, Vista
Downloads Released
System Requirements
Minimum v. 10.7.x
Audio Demos
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A classic with a twist

Sunrizer is built upon a familiar subtractive synth design – but with a distinct character and a host of new features. It starts with two oscillators and two sub-oscillators that deliver all of the basic waveforms and an emulation of JP-8000 "supersaw", with pulse width, frequency and ring modulation plus a unison mode. The oscillators are fed into two filters with serial or parallel routing, offering traditional low-, high- and band-pass modes as well as comb, resonator, waveshaper, and frequency shifter algorithms – and more. To set all this in motion, Sunrizer has two ADSR envelopes and two LFO generators that can modulate virtually any parameter.

Master of effects

Sunrizer has a very flexible effects section which boasts an input crossover filter that lets you apply them only on a specific part of the spectrum. There is a total of four effect modules – the first includes smooth chorus, phaser and rotor algorithms alongside distortion, followed by stereo delay, two-band equalizer and a spacious and highly tuneable reverb. Yet with all this power Sunrizer still keeps the processor load low, thanks to heavy code optimizations.

Powerfully live

Where the Sunrizer's sound engine ends, the fun only starts. First off, each patch has two sets of parameters and the synth lets you morph between them. Sunrizer also sports an arpeggiator that has fully programmable sequences and supports per-note transposition and randomization – together with chord memory it allows you to create elaborate yet finely controllable single- or multi-finger passages.

Polished simplicity

Despite such an extensive feature list, Sunrizer has a single-screen design with finely crafted graphics that especially look good on Retina screens. All of its building blocks are logically arranged and easily accessible, with each individual parameter carefully calibrated. This lets Sunrizer give you a mix of utter pleasure and great productivity that is lacking in unnecessarily complex synths.


  • Bespoke synth engine with 24 voice polyphony and low processor load.
  • Total morphing of all parameters using modulation wheel.
  • Two oscillators with multiple waveform types, sync, PWM and FM.
  • Oscillator mixer with ring modulator and separate noise source.
  • Per-oscillator unison function with variable detune and spread.
  • Two separate filter units with serial or parallel operation and 16 different algorithms each: low-, high- and band-pass, notch, comb, formant I/II, all-pass, power low- and band-pass, waveshaper, resonator, resampler, low-pass + resampler, frequency shifter, analog low-pass.
  • Two ADSR envelope generators.
  • Two LFO generators with sine, triangle, saw, square, sample & hold and random waveforms; variable phase, fade-in time and different trigger modes.
  • Master effects including chorus, phaser, rotor, EQ, delay and reverb.
  • Arpeggiator with deep sequencing capabilities.
  • Chord memory function.
  • Factory sound bank with over 400 preset patches; full patch compatibility with the iPad version.
Latest User Reviews Average user rating of 5.00 from 2 reviews

Reviewed By hivkorn
November 19, 2016

This synth is really good !
I do not consider it like a 'vintage synth emu ' (like diva, bazille, ace ....) but like a creative synth.
It is really easy to have the sound you want by the fact the GUI is just perfect .The filters sound good and the way to assign LFO is just perfect.The build in FX are good enough to be used during the sound design.
Read the manual (they made it very simple to be understand) and enjoys !
If you don't own this synth so you don't know you need it, but if you try it, you will love it.
I own a lot of really good synth : Rob Papen, U-he, Arturia, Softube Modular, NI, Retrologue .... And now i got this little stuff i was looking since so long

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Reviewed By itoa
May 15, 2015

The best emulation of JP8k supersaw. It's just the same. Tons of filters.. and this pleasure factor :)

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Discussion: Active
20 April 2015 at 3:41am

excellent synth...had it for years on the ipad and held off on getting it because of this...well, i went on a little softsynth acquisition binge this evening...Dune 2 first...shortly after that, Sunrizer! kinda overkill i know, but they both sound incredible.

Sunrizer as an AU is swwwweeeeeet.

for 50 US, get it now...you will NOT be disappointed.

16 May 2015 at 5:21am

Just Awesome! Instantly loving it. Here's me testing out the supersaw yesterday: https://soundcloud.com/az82/sets/sunrizer-demos

Roman Wisniak
Roman Wisniak
20 December 2015 at 8:35pm

One of the best softsynth outthere! Unbelievable just for $50...

20 November 2016 at 12:23am

i agree that this is a superb synth, soundwise.
however, i have a bad problem with it where it is always 'hanging' or sticking on a note until i hit 'Panic'..

would be amazing to solve that problem :)
otherwise i give it a 9 easy ..

24 November 2016 at 5:43am

Sunrizer and Animoog are my two favorite IOS synths...and both run on even the earliest iPads! Great to have a VST version as well. (Oh, and get HomeGrown Sounds free Sunrizer soundset.)

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Average user rating of 5.00 from 2 reviews

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