Frequently asked questions

Go to Get Sweelinq, add Sweelinq to your cart and checkout. After this you can download Sweelinq. You find the links for the Sweelinq Installer:
– In the email which is sent to you after you placed the order
– On the page you are redirected to after you placed the order
– In “My Account” --> “Downloads”

Your MIDI console may be sending messages in an unsupported format.
Sweelinq currently supports the following MIDI formats:

  • Note on/note off
  • Control change
  • Program change

An internet connection is required to verify the license. The software can work offline for up to 14 days.

To do this, go through the following steps:

  1. Open the menu screen
  2. Go to the ‘General’ tab
  3. Click on ‘Advanced’ at the bottom right
  4. Click on ‘License information’
  5. Click on ‘De-register this computer’

Sweelinq can now be registered on another computer.

No, there is no perpetual license option. We believe that a subscription model is a fairer model. This guarantees the user of receiving support and updates. And provides the developer the resources needed to develop the product.

Our goal is to make as many people as possible happy with Sweelinq. We believe that the price should never be a barrier to enjoying Sweelinq. Therefore, we aim to keep the price as low as possible, and only when absolutely necessary, we will make price adjustments due to factors like inflation. A prerequisite for this pricing policy is having enough subscribers to cover the costs. So, you can influence the long-term price by getting as many others excited about Sweelinq as possible!

You will receive an installation manual along with the Sweelinq software. The product is designed to be used without a manual. Essential information is located in the information blocks in the menu. In the unlikely event that you have questions or can’t figure something out, please contact us.

You will need a computer/laptop that meets the specifications listed on the requirements page. In addition, you will need an organ/keyboard with a MIDI output.

To connect between your organ the the computer/laptop you need a USB-MIDI cable or an external sound card that has a MIDI connection.

An example of a suitable USB-MIDI cable is the Roland UM One MK2. Another option is the external sound card with MIDI connection, for example the Presonus AudioBox USB 96 25th Anniversary Edition 2×2 audio interface is a suitable entry-level card with ASIO driver.

If you consider building a surround system in the future it is better to look for a sound card with more output channels so that you can make speakers in front and behind you sound separately, for example on this web page.