Microtonal listening list
See also this Microtonal Spotify Playlist.
A list originally started by Andrew Heathwaite. If you think anything should be changed, change it yourself! Or leave a note about it here.
For a list of pieces that were originally written in a non-xenharmonic context, and then translated into a xenharmonic tuning, see Familiar melodies in unfamiliar tunings.
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|Name||Links||Recommended works||Members||Genres, tunings, keywords||Location||Years microtonally active||Additional notes|
|Bill Alves||Website||Imbal-Imbalan||electronic JI, gamelan, etc. Different tunings on different songs. Sometimes creates his own tunings just for one song.||Claremont, California||1987-||College professor,
author. Important cat. Check him out.
|Atar Arad||YouTube||Sonata for Viola with quartertones|
|Astroid power-up!||CD Baby (includes audio previews)||clips of hyper drum&bass. Microtonal tracks: 3, 4, 8 and 9 (60-EDO)|
|Christopher Bailey||Website||crystallized JI, 17-EDO, 19-EDO, 7-limit adaptive|
|Mike Battaglia||SoundCloud||"Natural"-sounding Porcupine Comma Pump Experiments||various EDOs, technical studies, experimental music cognition demos||(a.k.a. Bugs, a.k.a. The Bugs)|
|Matt Barber||Rochester EDU listing||in some pieces, 19-ED(per 2:1 and 3:1), quartertones, 11-EDO and 14-EDO in 3:2 equivalence|
|Jacob Barton||Website||sequenced and acoustic, various EDO and JI|
|Dennis Báthory-Kitsz||Website||"Thièle" - violin in quartertones|
|David Beardsley||Blog||JI electric guitar and JI chamber music.|
|Antoine Beaudet||SoundCloud (as Jollybard)||SuperBeat||Joan temperament, JI, electronic|
|BipTunia||Website||Microtonal Cats from Alpha-Centauri”||Michael W. Dean: synths, singing, talking.
Phil Wormuth: poetry, talking.
|Darkwave, rock, pop, experimental, poetry with music, different tunings on every song. Prolific.||Casper Wyoming||2018-||MWD is User:SyntheticThought
on this wiki. MWD also makes xen VST software.
|Marcus Alessi Bittencourt||Website||classic electronic pan-intonational|
|Easley Blackwood||YouTube||microtonal etudes [excerpts]|
|Doug Blumeyer||SoundCloud||San Francisco|
|M. Edward Borasky||stochastic JI|
|Donald Bousted||Website||microtonal music and film|
|Graham Breed||Website||When I Set Out for Lyonnesse||electronic with spoken word; (Thomas Hardy poems), examples of different temperaments|
|Brendan Byrnes||Website||Siolas||Brendan Byrnes + various side players.||Great production.
Progressive,rock, driving, good vocals.
Is also in band ILEVENS (separate entry below)
|Los Angeles / Glendale||2011-||Great first xen for many people.|
|Warren Burt||Website (flashing images warning)||sound installation; manipulated voice...|
|Tolgahan Çoğulu||YouTube||microtonal guitar duo||Microtonal guitar. Custom builds guitars with half, quarter frets, and movable frets.||Istanbul, Turkey||2008-||Good first xen for many people. Popular.
Teaches music at Istanbul Technical University.
|Charles Loli||Website||mp3 drone 17-EDO, 20-EDO, 29-EDO and 53-EDO|
|Wendy Carlos||Wikipedia||Beauty and the Beast||Not all her work is microtonal, but Beauty and the Beast (1986) is. She invented her own non-octave-repeating musical scales for it; Alpha scale. Beta Scale. Gamma Scale.||Early synthesizer pioneer (Switched on Bach, 1968)|
|Catler Bros. /
|SoundClick||Hyperspace||Jon Catler||64-note JI bluesrock. Have had mainstream press in Rolling Stone, Downbeat, and elsewhere.
Jon Catler runs FreeNote Records.
|Jon Catler also plays in The Fretless Brothers|
|City of the Asleep||Website||Electronica, post-rock, and unclassifiable music in a variety of tunings, especially uncommon EDOs and theoretically-discordant tunings|
|Nick Collins||Blog||Simphony 2, Movement 1 (MP3 direct link)||microtonal supercollider tempo canons|
|William Copper||Website||music in 5-limit JI, printed scores with intonation markings, intonalism|
|Mildred Couper||Wikipedia||Dirge||quartertone pianos||Buenos Aires, Argentina / Santa Barbara, California||Died in 1974|
|Cryptic Ruse||BandCamp||Jason Yerger||instrumental progressive metal & drone-metal in 13edo, 14edo, 15edo, 17edo, and 23edo||Jason is IgliashonJones on this wiki.|
|David J. Cubberly||Listing at Discogs||Per email reply from him, no listen links online. See note on Talk page.||sequenced microtonal midi ensemble||Urbana, IL.|
|Phil Dadson||Website||instruments in JI, Installations and performance|
Live in Glendale (180 minutes)
Info on huygens-fokkersite
|Detwelvulate!||Helped found the Xenharmonic Alliance. (Now on Facebook)
There isn't a ton of Ivor's music online, but Johnny Reinhard has about 90 cassette tapes of Ivor given to Johnny by Ivor, with the instructions to get it out to the world.
Johnny will be rolling these out in the coming years.
|San Diego, Los Angeles||Born in 1917.||Important cat. Check him out.
"Grandaddy of xenharmonic music." Coined the term "xenharmonic".
Prolific builder of microtonal instruments.
Johnny Appleseed of xen, personally guided many people, and networked with cassette tapes before World Wide Web.
Ivor has a VST microtonal synth named after him.
|Jarod DCamp||SoundClick||electronic - various tunings|
|Tútim Dennsuul||List of MP3s||clips in 23-EDO|
|Mark Deutsch||BandCamp||sensual acoustic microtonal music, world influence||Invented the Bazantar, a stringed instrument|
|Divide by Pi||Google Music
CD Baby (can listen to excerpts)
|mp3 clips: synthesizer and percussion improvisations|
Wikipedia (doesn't mention microtonal, is all his music?)
|mp3 - variously tuned electroacoustic||need listen links. Also, please confirm if all his music is microtonal.|
|David B. Doty||Website||Steel Suite||synth JI, acoustic guitar JI|
|Arnold Dreyblatt||Website||grooving JI|
||Duschscha||Georg Vogel: Clavinet, Synthesizer, Komposition. David Dornig: 31-Ton E-Gitarre.
Valentin Duit: Schlagzeug.
|odd time signatures, chamber influence, jazz influence. 31edo.||Vienna, Austria||2015-|
|Jacques Dudon||YouTube||samples of "Lumières audibles" JI electronic|
|Richard Dunlap||SoundClick||mostly 12-EDO||California USA|
|Paul Erlich||YouTube||22-EDO guitar|
|John Farah||Website||string quartet, Electronic in 19-EDO|
|David J. Finnamore||List of MP3s||etudes using "golden horograms"; clips of dirty 13-EDO guitar|
|Daniel Forro||SoundClick||Kakamigahara, Japan|
|Harold Fortuin||2 MP3s|
|Glenn R. Frantz||Songs on Archive.org||Three Ragtime-Based Pieces}||freestyle JI via computer, based on ragtime music|
|Kyle Gann||Website||xenharmonic JI, now with more Sitting Bull!|
|Monroe Golden||Website||microtonal chamber music, microtone-informed 12-EDO|
|The Gongs||The Gongs
Rob Reich (full length album on Youtube)
|Oberlin, OH||2001-2002||First song on this, and whole record.|
|Mark Gould||MP3||1 electronic mp3: 10-EDO; midi recorder duets in 19-EDO|
|Kraig Grady||YouTube||Live at the Cad Factory
Ear Meal (music + Skype interview)
|Original acoustic instruments/ensembles informed by the music of anaphoria Island||Wollongong, Australia|
|FIELDS AMAZE and other sTRANGE music||"percussion, gamelan, microtonal instruments, and electric chamber ensembles with narrative structures informed by chaos theory, biological forms, and B-horror films."||New York City|
(Can find music of his on YouTube, but isn't microtonal. Anyone got links to his microtonal music?)
|one track of quartertone flute|
|Milan Guštar||Listing of music||Generative composition for piano and theremin||music in various tunings (06-EDO, 07-EDO, 08-EDO, 12-EDO, JI)||Czech Republic|
|Edu Haubensak||Website||Sechs Walserminiaturen (1996) for soprano and violin||Music for retuned pianos and retuned strings|
(some of his music online is not microtonal. Anyone got a link to microtonal music by him?)
|electronic 17-EDO; scene from opera Der Sprung (Bohlen-Pierce)|
|Jeff Harrington||Website||Acid Bach III for Quartertone Microtonal Synthesize||electronic in 19-EDO, 24-EDO, others|
|Lou Harrison||Wikipedia||John Schneider plays Lou Harrison Jahla||Nek Chand for solo guitar in JI|
|Robert Hasegawa||Website||Acoustic chamber JI, quartertones, 19-tone pianos, with scores||got listen links?|
|Neil Haverstick||Website||African Stick||excerpts - guitars in 19-EDO, 31-EDO and 34-EDO|
|Andrew Heathwaite||BandCamp||electronic xenharmonic improvisations|
|Jim Horton and Bill Thibault||Bill Thibault website||Gorgeous Clothed Flies||electronic microtonal|
|Sten Hostfalt||Website||excerpts of microtonal guitar (72-EDO)|
|Horse Lords||Bandcamp||Mix Tape||Sam Haberman
|Just intonation, polyrhythm, minimalist, musique concrète||Baltimore, MD||2012-|
|Chuckk Hubbard||anyone got a current link?||JI sequenced music etc.|
|Peter Lucas Hulen||Website||Lamentationes Jeremiae I||modern classical electronic compositions - search website page for 'microtonal'|
|ILEVENS||Bandcamp||Drowns||Brendan Byrnes - Vocals, Guitar
Mike Horick - Drums
Lauren Davis - Synths
Rusty Kennedy - Bass
|22edo, rock band, led by Brendan Byrnes||Los Angeles||2015-|
|Ralph Jarzombek||Website with listen links||Micro 1||14edo, 17edo, 19edo, electronic||1980s||If you like the Residents, you'll love this.|
|Aaron Krister Johnson||SoundCloud||The Juggler||mostly electronic compositions and improvisations; some theatre incidental music|
|JC & The Microtones||Cowpeople||Electric Bassoon – Johnny Reinhard
Electric Fretless Bass – Brad Catler
Electric Guitar – [[Jon Catler]]
Percussion – A. C. Lewis
Vocals – Deborah Rothrock
|New York City||1984||rockabilly, 31edo, cowpunk|
|Jock Tears||Bandcamp||Nasty Boy
Bad Boys (album)
|Lauren Ray - vocals
Lauren Smith - bass
Spencer Hargreaves - guitar
Dustin Bromley - drum
|best punk band name ever||Vancouver, BC||2016-||Peppy punk rock, female vocals, 17 edo,|
|Christiaan de Jong||SoundCloud (not all microtonal)||guitar, flute and tape|
|Churzkia Jrakavla||Website||Red Moon||hip electronic JI, smooth, atmospheric, microtonal, chill out|
|Jute Gyte||Bandcamp||The Sparrow 12" EP||Adam Kalmbach||black metal, 24edo||Springfield, MO||2002 - current|
|Ali Deniz Kardelen||Acoustic Microtonal Guitar||Not sure if all microtonal but has at least one amazing microtonal guitar piece||great first xen piece for people who like acoustic music|
|Buzz Kimball||About his instruments and music
Can't find listen links. Anyone got one?
|homemade guitars etc. in EDOs and JI, Electronic, Rock||Buzz Kimball builds most of his instruments himself in the workshop in his barn|
|dt King||SoundClick||"Change Jar" for quartertone piano|
|Wayne Kirby||YouTube||demos, full and excerpts, mp3 and midi|
|Kenneth Kirschner||Website (has download link for zipped MP3s)||looong mp3 of stretched piano etc. ambient microtonal|
|King Gizzard & The Lizard Wizard||Flying Microtonal Banana||Sleep Drifter (live in radio station studio)||Stu Mackenzie
Ambrose Kenny Smith
|Melbourne, Australia||2017||24edo, alternative, garage|
|Kite (aka Tall Kite)||Website||I Hear Numbers||7-limit JI music||Makes microtonal software, Alt-Tuner|
|Eric Knechtges||Wikipedia||acoustic (choir) & electronic, various JI & EDOs|
|Anne La Berge||Website||Utter (performance art piece with Anne playing live)||quartertone flute - go to "Releases"|
|Last Sacrament||BandCamp||Ron Sword - Vocals, Guitar, Drums
Mike Maletta - Lead Guitar
Pat Horgan - Drums
|16edo death metal from Florida|
|Jacky Ligon||Website||Lightweave||filmic xenharmonic music and software blog. Sometimes collaborates with Sevish.||Also makes microtonal VST synths IVOR2, FMTS2, One SF2, Font2|
|Amit Lissack||Listing on New England Conservatory of Music alumni site
Can't find listen links. Anyone got one?
Mode Records site, includes listen links
UBUWeb -includes original 1969 recording of I Am Sitting In A Room
|slow-to-change cluster acoustic|
|Charles Lucy||Website||Lucy tunes lullabies CD Baby buy page, has listen excerpt links||miscellaneous works in progress - also see Lucy Tuning page|
Spotify (not all microtonal)
Can't find listen links. Anyone got one?
|some modern classical excerpts - mp3||Died in 2009|
|Rick McGowan||There is one of his pieces at the beginning of this microtonal podcast episode||microtonal works for the theatre|
|John McLaird||quiet audio piece, Ogives in a Winter Shelter Belt (direct MP3 link)||07-EDO, 40-EDO, 11-limit JI, etc. sampled piano etc.|
|Pete McRae||Wikipedia||Pete playing cello on a Kraig Grady piece.||Eikosany blues||(anyone got audio of Pete playing guitar?)|
|Carl McTague||Website||(ii-V-I)^7 and Heptadecaphonic Drops|
|Claudi Meneghin||Website||Neobaroque music at Soonlabel.com|
|The Mercury Tree||Website||Ben Spees
|Progressive rock, psychedelic, math rock||Portland, OR||2007||17edo, 23edo|
|Herman Miller||Website||compositions in linear temperaments, ETs; Warped Canon|
|Shaahin Mohajeri||Website||modal, sequenced in various EDO/ADO/EDL/AIDO/ADL|
|Joe Monzo||Website||mp3s in JI jazz-rock style|
|John Moriarty||Website||Rock and improv in various regularly tempered tunings|
|Frederick Moore||Website||some microtonal works, electronic and other|
|Naegleria Fowleri||Website on Google Pages||III Flagellate - Propulsion||Bostjan Zupancic - Guitar and Bass
Luna Bird - Vocals
|"The world's first microtonal avian-fronted metal band"||St. Johnsbury, Vermont||2017-||Parrot singing with a xen metal project. What's not to love?|
|Ron Nagorcka||Website||JI music with digeridoo, synthesizers, birds...|
|Juhani Nuorvala||Website||Various tunings|
|Mats Öljare||Website||contrapuntal midi in various EDOs and etc's|
|Tristan Parker||Website||electronic JI, free-pitch|
|P-ART (Paul A.R. Timmermans)||Website||experimental clips|
|Harry Partch||Website||acoustic, homemade JI; monophony|
|Joseph Pehrson||Website||acoustic and electronic, much in Blackjack tuning|
|pfly (Paul Fly)||Website||Zlo-88 in 88-cET|
|Samuel Pellman||Website||electronic EDOs, nonoctave, JI|
|Joseph Post||Website||Crystal-JI acoustic guitar|
|Tom Price (broken)||electronic xenharmonic|
|Kees van Prooijen||Website||'Odd Piano' in Bohlen-Pierce scale, timbre-stretched piano|
|Barry Prophet||Website||acoustic instruments/sound sculptures|
|Johnny Reinhard||Wikipedia||Reinhard Ensemble Compositions||acoustic polymicrotonality||New York City||1981-||Founded American Festival of Microtonal Music (AFMM)|
|Robert Rich||Website||some microtonal ambient (7-limit JI + The Harmonic Series)|
|Michael Robinson||Website||worldly electronic microtonal|
|Prent Rodgers||Website||"Music that's fake but accurate" Microtonal Music of Prent Rodgers|
|Dante Rosati||Website||solo JI guitars|
|Robert Ross||Website||19-EDO flash madrigals|
|Marc Sabat||Website||mostly-acoustic mp3s in mostly JI|
|Carlos Sampaio||Website||electronic xenharmonics|
|Scott Sandvik||Website||slide guitar|
|Edward Schocker||Website||dramatic works - exerpts and fulls|
|Margo Schulter||Website||Neo-medieval Xenharmonic|
|Andrew Schulze||Website||some mp3s of electronic JI|
|Ethan Schwartz||Website||JI music based on tetrachords, for guitar and keyboard|
|X. J. Scott||Website||electronic xenharmonic|
|George Secor||Website||various vintage Scalatron performances|
|Dave Seidel||Website||microtonal minimalism and ambience, using Csound|
|Carlo Serafini||YouTube||electronic xenharmonic. isomorphic keyboard: the Opal Chameleon||Florence, Italy||Futurist composer.
Also, is admin on Facebook Microtonalitaly group
|Bill Sethares||Truth on a Bus||electronic xenharmonic with stretched partials|
|Sevish||Website||Desert Island Rain||Sean Archibald. (with occasional guest musicians)||drum 'n' bass / electronic / trip-hop / ambient;
in EDOs, JI, nonoctave scales and various others. microtonal: everything.
"Microtonal with a beat"; stellar production quality.
|London, England||2010 onward||Popular (for xen) .
Is SeanArchibald on this wiki.
Also does software tutorials on his website and on YouTube,
and makes web-based xen software.
Runs the digital xen label, Split-Notes
Sevish is great first xen for many people.
|Ezra Sims||Website||Music in 72-EDO|
|Gene Ward Smith||Website||sequenced originals; Mad Science Tuning; renderings of colleagues' music|
|Jon Lyle Smith||Website||sequenced classical in odd meters|
|Spectral Voices||Website||clips of meditative New Age with overtone singing|
|Soundwell (Anders Erkéus)||Website||"Snake" overtone flute|
|Manfred Stahnke||Website||one piece "Partch Harp" for harp and sampled harp|
|Hans-Andre Stamm||Website||quartertone/ 48-tone JI acoustic organ!|
|John Starrett||Citified Notions||19 TET rockabilly song, comment from John about the song on the YouTube page||John Starrett played bass with Neil Haverstick. Neil also plays the 19-EDO guitar on some of John's recordings.|
|Stimmhorn (Christian Zehnder, Balthasar Streiff)||Website||Experimental alphorn and yodeling combined with overtone singing|
|Hans Straub||Website||pieces with meters that match the tunings|
|Redrick Sultan||Bandcamp||The Prince||Spencer Hargreaves - Vocals, Guitars
Noah Jordan - Vocals, Bass, Keys, Flute, Oud
Sean Mitchell - Drums, Sampling
|spooky, cool, acoustic, electric.||Vancouver, British Columbia||2010-||22edo, acoustic, magic rock, chill|
|Mick Sussman||Website||plunderphonic collages in various tunings and multitempi|
|William Susman||Website||Works in quarter-tone - scores and audio files|
|Ron Sword (2)||Website||16-EDO and 31-EDO on 8 and 9 string guitar Etudes, Microtonal Extreme Metal|
|Syzygys (2)||YouTube||Lotus Rain||Hitomi Shimizu = 43 microtone organ, vocals
Hiromi Nishida=Violin, vocals
|clips of Japanese duo in 43-tone Partch JI, with Chromelodeon||Japan||?|
|Tall Kite (aka Kite)||Website||"I Hear Numbers"||Kite
|7-limit JI music||Portland,
|Cam Taylor||Website||mothers||Cam Taylor||Bosanquet Axis49, 12- and 17-tone keyboard improvisations in 17, 19, 22, 26, 31, 37, 39, 41, 43, 46, 50, 53, 56, 63, 94, 112 EDOs, some JI and near-just tunings, and songs with piano or guitar in 31EDO and JI, various.||Auckland, New Zealand||2010-|
|Peter Thoegersen||SoundCloud||Two Worlds||composer.
Absurdist symphonic, chamber. Fun. Difficult music, in a good way.
If you like Zappa's stranger works, you will like this.
|New York (?)|
|Tony Dubshot||Website||Macrotonal dub and dancehall in 05-EDO, 07-EDO and 08-EDO|
|Tritone MSU||Website||electronic JI|
|Tui St. George Tucker||Website||Quartertone scores|
|Stephen James Taylor||Website||microtonal film scores, multiple Wilson scales|
|Jeroen Paul Thesseling||Website||microtonal music for bass guitar: "HAFNIUM" (72-EDO), "ARGON" (18-EDO), "DISCREPANTIUM" (24-EDO)|
|24edo, noise rock, psychedelic||Moscow, Russia||2009-|
|Chris Vaisvil||Website||Many tunings (Just Intonation, various EDOs + Tuning Survey ) microtonal synthesizers controlled by
midi guitar (Roland GR-20), Linnstrument, 17 edo keyboard (DIY) + soft synthesizers and
"traditional" scored microtonal music.
|*Prolific* explorer of a wide range of scales
Neat DIY techniques used and demonstrated
"at the edge between acoustic and electric"
|Nicola Vicentino||Wikipedia||Musica Prisca Caput (Madrigal for 24-tone two voice harpsichord in Meantone)
Same piece played on an arciorgano.
|early microtonal composer in 16th century.||Born 1511 .
Died in either 1575 or 1576
|Nicola Visalli (broken)||electronically rendered microtonal contemporary classical|
|Voltage Controlled||Website||clips of electronic tuning-savvy experiments|
|Alfredo Votta||Soundcloud account featuring "Liber Stellarum", a collection of seven pieces for
13-EDO piano. Has also composed in 18-EDO.
|Robert Walker||Website||classical, world, fractal||Indianapolis, IN|
|Stephen Weigel||Website||xenharmonic pop / computer music / totalism|
|Danny Wier||Website||symphonic, progressive rock/metal, jazz, etc., mostly in 72-EDO (all synth-generated)|
|Randy Winchester (2)||Website||"Comets Over Flatland" excerpts in various EDOs & Bohlen-Pierce, electronic music and 8-bit synthesizers|
|Erling Wold||Website||classical; search page for just intonation|
|Daniel Wolf||Website||xenharmonic neo-baroque string trio|
|Brian Wong||Website||examples of computer-generated music|
|James Wyness||Website||microtonal acousmatic works|
|Martians||Elaine Walker and collaborators||electronic, space, dance, 10edo, 19edo, Bohlen-Pierce, 17edo, 16edo||Las Cruces, NM / Tempe, AZ||1992-|
|Matthias Ziegler||Website||unconventional flute playing|
|stjan Zupancic: MicroMetalo||Google Page||Brain for Breakfast||stjan Zupancic - Guitar, Bass, Drums, Vocalso||19-EDO Modern Hard Rock and Heavy Metal, and occasionally 24-EDO.||St. Johnsbury, Vermont||2008-|
|American Mavericks concert series||Microtonal RealPlayer files: Lou Harrison Suite for Violin and American Gamelan, Third Symphony; Charles Ives "Allegro" from Quartertone Piano Pieces|
|Ancient Greek Music||Library of extant fragments using authentic tunings: Real``Player and midi|
|Boston Microtonal Society||72-EDO|
|Catharsis (2)||Jon Catler and Jacky Ligon live; "Drone 1"|
|Fujara||Slovak overtone flute|
|Groven Piano Project||36-tone JI (schismatic) pianos after Eivind Groven|
|Huygens-Fokker Foundation||acoustic and midi 31-EDO & 24-EDO|
|Implementing Cellular Automatas in Csound||mp3 examples with spectral pictures|
|kingmixers (2) (3)||some mp3 samples of Greek tunings, reconstructions of Greek music fragments|
|last.fm microtonal tag radio||stream microtonal music from last.fm radio|
|LucyTuning (2) (3)||LucyTuned music - clips and full pieces, midi files, mp3s, video|
|micro.soonlabel.com||Music from multiple composers in various tunings available for direct download.|
|MICROTONALISMO||Primera Web oficial de microtonalismo de habla hispana en latinoamerica|
|Music for Homemade Instruments||clips of junkmusic orchestra|
|Overtone Music Network||A platform for overtone music of all kinds, with a huge collection of online audio|
|podcast1024||microtonal podcast by Prent Rodgers|
|Quartertonemarimba.com||Kjell Tor Innevik's project at Norwegian Academy of Music|
|Eduardo Sábat||clips of jazz standards on 53-enharmonic frets per Octave guitar (Dinarra)|
|split-notes Microtonal Netlabel||online record label, free digital releases, microtonal music from various musicians|
|The Perfect Just Intonation Music MIDI Cycle Concerts||classics tuned in JI|
|Tuning and temperament demos||midi and audio demonstrating historical tunings|
|Tuning Lab||acoustic, electronic tuning experiments|
|WNYC microtonal features||radio shows featuring microtonal music, esp. "New Sounds"|
|Xenharmonic Alliance facebook group||social networking for microtonalists. music and discussion|