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INSPIRES THE FUTURE

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The ultimate experience and a must have for every organist. Download the free beta version now!

Inspired by history, a new standard for Virtual Pipe Organ Software was created: 'Sweelinq'. 

'Sweelinq' is an innovation from Dutch soil. Like the great master Jan Pieterszoon Sweelinck, this software inspires the future.

This sampler is ready for the future. Simple, fast and an unprecedented realism in the organ sound.

We can tell you: you wouldn't want anything else!

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Advantages

Advantages

 

Experience the unprecedented realistic sound reproduction and simple touch operation of Sweelinq.

'Sweelinq' has a large number of advantages. Benefits that make the difference in various areas. Experience the ultimate realistic sound experience.

Thanks to the super-fast loading time, you can play your favorite sampleset within seconds.

  • Infinitely adjustable listening position
  • Easy operation
  • Super fast loading time
  • Low latency
  • Optimized for touchscreens
  • Very realistic wind model
  • Choice of various organ tunings
  • Great sound realism
  • Suitable for countless sample sets
  • Cost effective due to low system requirements
  • Hassle-free functioning alongside other packages
  • Extended setzer
  • Easy-to-use recording function
  • Advanced equalizer
  • Easy to use voice function
  • Easy installation wizard
  • Midi learn function
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  • Infinitely adjustable listening position
  • Easy operation
  • Super fast loading time
  • Low latency
  • Optimized for touchscreens
  • Very realistic wind model
  • Choice of various organ tunings
  • Great sound realism
  • Suitable for countless sample sets
  • Cost effective due to low system requirements
  • Hassle-free functioning alongside other packages
  • Extended setzer
  • Easy-to-use recording function
  • Advanced equalizer
  • Easy to use voice function
  • Easy installation wizard
  • Midi learn function
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“Absolutely recommended”

I was pleasantly surprised when I became acquainted with Sweelinq. Everything is very well-arranged and clearly designed. And last but not least: starting up is done in no time; so you don't have to take a cup of coffee before you can start playing……

The samplesets of the organs of the great church of Dordrecht are a treat for the ear. The rendering is astonishingly realistic and makes studying a very pleasant experience. Partly due to the overwhelming acoustics, even the most direct sound reproduction is never unpleasant, while you can still perceive all the details well. In short, an absolute must!


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Jan Pieterszoon Sweelinck

2021 has been declared the Sweelinck year. In 1621 the organist, judge of organs and one of the greatest Dutch composers of all time died: Jan Pieterszoon Sweelinck.

Sweelinck was organist of the most important church in Amsterdam, namely the old or Sint Nicolaaskerk. His reputation in was very great and extended beyond the national borders. His craftsmanship earned him the nickname "Orpheus of Amsterdam" and he was among wealthy and educated merchants in Amsterdam, both Dutch and foreign.

Influence

Because many young German musicians went to the Amsterdam master, Sweelinck exerted a great influence on the development of organ and harpsichord music, especially in northern Germany. His influence would even extend to the young  Johann Sebastian Bach , who found inspiring role models in the organ masters  Johann Adam Reincken  from Hamburg and in  Dieterich Buxtehude  from Lübeck (pupils of Sweelinck's former student Heinrich Scheidemann).

Reputation

Sweelinck's reputation also extended to his expertise in organ building. In the course of his life he was asked several times to advise on and to perform inspections of new or restored organs. The places he visited were: Enkhuizen, Haarlem (1594), Deventer (1595, 1616), Middelburg (1603), Nijmegen (1605), Harderwijk (1608), Rotterdam (1610), Delft, Dordrecht (1610) and Rhenen. (1616).

In 2021 his influence even extends to the field of virtual organ software. We are convinced that the sampler that has been given the name Sweelinq will also have a major influence on the developments around organists and organs worldwide.

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Developed by

Developed by

Sweelinq was developed by Orgelmakerij Noorlander, a team of professionals who are organ enthusiasts at heart.

A new era has begun with the development of the Sweelinq sampler. We have succeeded in applying and refining convolution reverb to create an unprecedented live experience.

With this, Orgelmakerij Noorlander makes it possible for everyone to virtually play the most beautiful organs.

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