The “standard” Infinitonic tuning system employs an “8-bit musical color resolution”. The 256 unique intervals in 9 octaves of overtones have been condensed down down into 1 octave, generating a “color wheel”-like palate of musical intervals. Because each interval is based on the overtone series, all combinations of notes “miraculously” sound in-tune, beautiful, harmonious, and resonant.
This system is documented here. Each overtone has been assigned a color name to establish a firm link in the brain with its harmonic color nature. Here is a video demonstration, and below that is a chart with names/numbers.
(click thumbnail to see full size chart)
And, along with a such a radically different tuning system, must go a radically different system of musical notation. Here is an example of a musical score using this system. For now this might be somewhat confusing, but “stay tuned” for a more in-depth explanation. (Note: this notation uses an earlier system in which undertones were also included) (click to enlarge in separate window)
And here is a screenshot of the iPad interface used to compose and perform in this system: