FAQ

Frequently Asked Questions

What are the minimum system requirements for AudioSwift?

AudioSwift works from macOS 10.11 and up. Force Touch support requires a compatible trackpad. Touch Bar support requires macOS 10.12.2 or newer .

What trackpads are supported?

AudioSwift works in MacBooks, MacBooks Air and MacBooks Pro with built in multitouch trackpads. It also works with the Magic Trackpad 1 and the Magic Trackpad 2.

What DAWs are supported?

In Mixer Mode, AudioSwift is currently supported with Logic Pro, Pro Tools, Ableton Live, Reaper, Cubase and Studio One. In Trigger, Scale and XY mode it works with any DAW using general MIDI standards just like any MIDI controller.

What is the license policy? In how many computers can I install AudioSwift on?

Each license key code is intended for a single user and cannot be shared. You may install and use the AudioSwift license key code you purchased in all computers that you’re the main user of. So for example you can use it in your studio desktop computer and in your laptop. Other users must have their separate license key code. To buy multiple licenses, please click here.

How long is the free trial demo?

The free trial demo is a full version of AudioSwift that can be used for 15 days.

Does it support Force Touch?

Yes. By applying pressure, AudioSwift sends aftertouch MIDI messages in Trigger, Scale, and XY controller modes. It requires Force Touch trackpads and macOS 10.11 or newer.

Does it support the new Macbooks Pro with Touch Bar?

Yes. At the Touch Bar you will have quick access to the controller modes menu and the transport section. It requires macOS 10.12.2 or newer.

Is there a Windows version?

No. AudioSwift in currently supported only on Mac.

Do you offer volume discounts?

Yes. If you buy 2-4 licenses you get 15% off. For 5-9 licenses get 30% off. For 10 and up get 50% off. To buy multiple licenses please click here.

Where is the manual? Where can I learn how to use AudioSwift?

We don’t have a text manual. Instead, we have made several video tutorials on how to use AudioSwift. You can find them by clicking here.