Hello, Checked if there were any previous posts about this subject and I hope I will get some support cause the biggest part of the world makes microtonal music:India, Indonesia, Middle East, Arabic world, Turkish world, China etc. etc. I don't understand why it is still not being implemented and like to have your thoughts about it cause I think it's not fair. The way it is implemented today is a sort of workaround say for example you retune a c# to a microtone but because you are limited to maximum twelve tones in an octave you end up losing the c#. I make musing my whole life and have been using a lot of gear and different DAW's(Cubase, Protoools Hd) from the splicing analog tape time, Amiga, Atari, pc till now Logic studio for some years. It's a brilliant package and very powefull but I play Turkish instruments like the baglama familly which has 17 tones in an octave but if I want to use these instruments or their recordings inside my DAW or Garageband they all get confused and it just doesn't work.Some Turkish music can even have above 100 tones in an octave. All modern software and plug-ins and even hardware are based on 12 semitones in an octave system so I cannot use audio harmonizers, audio to midi converters, autotune plug-ins, Apple Garageband or Ableton live or Band in a box functions. I wrote to so many developers but all they answer is a standard reply like hard to implement or nobody asks for it. Just don't get it. There are very good microtuning specialist with whom Apple can cooperate and Celemony Melodyne is starting to support it, Garritan, Motu Ethno plug-in and www.hi-pi.com supports it but my main workhorse Logic not and that's a big pity. Ohmstudio is talking about a nice online music making feature but they forget that if someone with microtuning comes in and Ohmstudio cannot translate this it won't work. Sorry for my long message and thanks for reading.