Daniel Stawczyk ‘Thirty for Swierk’ presets.
Following on from Daniel’s excellent ‘Thirty for Brzoza’ free preset pack he has kindly created ‘Thirty for Swierk’. Like Daniel’s previous sound design for saltline’s drzewo synthesizers, thirty for Swierk is available for free download from his website. These presets give a great demonstration of the possible classic sounds and tones that can be created with saltline’s subtractive synthesizer.
ADHDidi featured on the cover disc of music tech magazine #130.
"A unique additive synthesizer that lets you control 16 sine waves to build up rich and resonant sounds. Features include cascade sync, individual envelopes for the pitch and volume of each sine, a low-pass/high-pass filter, built in delay effects and more.”
ADHDidi was created as an exclusive download for saltline facebook fans available through November and December 2013.
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Corners free preset pack for Liść-delay.
‘Corners’ is a free preset pack/bank for Liść-delay consisting of 31 presets covering a range of atmospheres and delay effects from comb filtering to simple ambiences. ‘Corners’ for Liść-verb will also be available soon. Head over to the preset page (saltline) to download ‘Corners’.

Swierk chosen for OSC64.
Swierk was used in last months ‘one synth challenge’ competition. To listen to what entrants came up with and to take part in the next challenge head to the ‘OSC’ site and check out the forum thread on KVR.
All entrants of OSC64 will also receive a copy of ADHDidi.
ADHDidi v1.0.1 available to download from the saltline facebook page.
Saltline’s additive synthesizer ADHDidi is now available for free download from the saltline facebook page. All you need to do to get your hands on this synth is like our facebook page. ADHDidi will be available through July and August 2014.
The new version includes several extra features including:-
More waveforms
Extra filter
Extensive modulation matrix
Some of the new additions were put forward by James Jason Duckett. I’d like to thank him for the initial idea.
Head over to James’ ccmixter profile to listen to his own work.