22EDO
For a general introduction to EDO and these presets, please visit Introduction to EDO tunings.
About this tuning
22 tone equal temperament is a form of EDO tuning (equal divisions of an octave). It divides an octavePitches an octave apart have a 1:2 (“onetotwo”) frequency ratio. If one pitch is at 200 Hz, a pitch an octave higher is at 400 Hz. A pitch an octave lower is at 100 Hz.Visit the link to learn more into 22 proportionally equal and equal sounding intervalsAn interval is the distance between two pitches. It can be measured as a ratio between their frequencies or in cents.Visit the link to learn more.
Learning more
 22edo at the Xenharmonic Wiki
 "Tuning, Tonality, and TwentyTwoTone Temperament" by Paul Erlich (pdf)
Legend of ASCII Notations
The following ASCII are used to write note names in rational intonation:

♭ ♯ for flat and sharp These standard symbols are used in different ways according to context. In Rational Intonation and nearharmonic EDOs, these refer to notes ordered by perfect fifthsPitches a fifth apart have a 2:3 frequency ratio (in just intonation) or a difference of 700 cents (in 12 tone equal temperament).Visit the link to learn more in a series or spiral, extending indefinitely. Double flats precede flats, followed by naturals and continue on to sharps, etc., always moving by 2:3 ratios. In this case, flats are generally lower than enharmonically related sharps, differing by a tertial (PythagoreanPythagorean tuning is an approach to tuning based on stacking pure fifths (i.e. fifths with an exact frequency ratio of 2:3).Visit the link to learn more) commaA comma is a small difference in pitch between the same interval in different tuning systems.Visit the link to learn more. In historical Meantone tunings, on the other hand, perfect fifths are generally tempered, i.e., intentionally made smaller that 2:3 ratios, so that major and minor thirds more closely represent the quintal ratios 4:5 and 5:6. As a result, sharps and flats represent smaller degrees of alteration; sharps are often lower than enharmonically related flats. This difference may be observed by comparing the spelling and order of note names in 41edo (a nearly tertial tuning) and 43edo (nearly 1/5 comma Meantone).

v ^ for quintal (syntonic) comma alteration In Rational Intonation, these represent alteration upward or downward by the quintal comma ratio 80:81 (ca. 21.5 cents, or about 1/9 tone).

< > for septimal comma In Rational Intonation, these represent alteration upward or downward by the septimal comma ratio 63:64 (ca. 27.3 cents, or about 1/7 tone).

d t for undecimal comma In Rational Intonation, these represent alteration upward or downward by the undecimal comma ratio 32:33 (ca. 53.3 cents, or about 1/4 tone).

d t for tridecimal comma In Rational Intonation, these represent alteration upward or downward by the tridecimal comma ratio 26:27 (ca. 65.3 cents, or about 1/3 tone).

`` ´´ for 17 In Rational Intonation, these represent alteration upward or downward by the ratio 2176:2187 (ca. 8.7 cents).

` ´ for 19 In Rational Intonation, these represent alteration upward or downward by the ratio 512:513 (ca. 3.4 cents).

° after a number refers to an overtonal harmonic relationship (23° partial refers to the frequency ratio 1:23 from a fundamental).

u preceding a number refers to an undertonal subharmonic relationship (u23 refers to a frequency obtained by multiplying a reference frequency by 1/23).
For EDO systems, the standard notation uses a degree and division, i.e. 1\31 for the first step of 31edo. If another interval is being divided, it may be placed in brackets or angle brackets afterwards, i.e. 1\11 (3/2) for Wendy Carlos beta.