Hey thanks! I'm glad you like my work. If you have any friends that might be interested please pass a link to them. I also make a lot of music in other genres as well. I have been experimenting with different tuning for a few years now. It all started when I read up on the solfeggio frequencies. I became fascinated with the concept of tuning and the possible implications of it. I tried 417Hz in an attempt to have as many notes on the scale match or nearly match solfeggio frequencies as possible. I'm not sure how successful I was but I did notice a profound difference in tonal quality when using reverb models that recreate old structures like cathedrals and the such.
Yes I listen to Buxtehude and Beethoven much more than my own music lol. My fave pianist for Beethoven is Bernard Roberts: Bernard Roberts performs Beethoven's 'Waldstein' sonata - Allegro con brio - YouTube
Nimbus records released an 11 disk set of him playing all of Beethoven's sonatas. It is the most amazing performance I have ever heard of the sonatas.