Microtonal Music is music using more than 12 tones per octave. I compose music using Csound and a preprocessor I wrote in Turbo Pascal. I post small updates as the compositions are being created, and a few final versions once I'm done. I strive towards music that could be played if we had the instruments capable of playing the notes. Think of it as "fake but accurate".
This is based on an idea of Christopher Bailey - compose something for his least liked chord, the C-G-C# triad. He asked if there is a tuning that could be based on this, and several theoreticians came up with some ideas. Mine is that the Partch Tonality Diamond, taken to the 15 limit, has many instances that approach this triad. Here's a graph of the C overtones using Sagittal notation. The Finger Piano uses several different chords from this list. The Alto Flute plays whatever makes sense.