"Arithmotonal":

from Greek -"Arithmos" (number), and "Tonos" (tone). I have been  practising arithmotonality since 2013 after reading Harry Partch's Genesis Of A Music and studying just intonation at UDK Berlin. Arithmotonality includes just intonation as well as tempered tunings and chaotic intonation. It is not microtonality because it does not see 12-Tone-Equal-Temperament or any tonal system as an important point of reference. For the same reason, the term Xenharmonics cannot be used for my approach, either.

In Remove Control Tomi Simatupang uses live effects and loops to enrich the sound of his live performances, singing simple and classic sounding songs with embedded intricacy and virtuosity drawn from his experience as a Jazz musician and serious composer.