The Kawasaki Synthesizer is a musical software tool for the Commodore 64 created in 1983 by Japanese jazz musician, Ryo Kawasaki. The first of four music programs created by Kawasaki, Kawasaki Synthesizer was followed by Kawasaki Rhythm Rocker in 1985, and then Kawasaki Magical Musiquill in 1985. Following this Kawasaki created Kawasaki MIDI Workstation his only software title intended for professional use instead of personal or educational use.
Ryo Kawasaki,Kawasaki, Ryo,. [http://satellitesrecords.com/artists/c64.htm One Voice/Satellites Records: C64]. Satellites Records. Retrieved 10 December 2008.