Aesthetic and philosophy

My subjective, research-inspired journey through xenharmonics has inspired me to continually add my important and/or provably unique thoughts into a book. It's important that I be aware of how music can make me feel, and what that means from a visual and self-reflective perspective. My hope is that the book adds to contemporary aesthetic language, and acts as a handbook to how I tend to think and make music because of my values and convictions about great art. The book will be titled "Xenharmonics, Aesthetics, and Composition," and I'm thinking it will land around 600-700 pages. Once the work is complete, I will also post more summary-related notes and explanations on this page, so that you are more sure of what you are getting into reading and music-wise.