"The term used in connection with tuning is laras.
It is employed in a general sense and in non-musical contexts
in a similar way to "harmony" or "in-tune" in English,
but is also used in a more specific way to refer
to two kinds of scale structures applied to gamelan.
Laras slendro is usually described as having five fixed pitches to the octave,
spaced by a mixture of small and large intervals.
An important difference from Western attitudes is that tunings are not standardised."
- Roth, A.R. (1986) New composition for Javanese Gamelan.,
Durham theses, Durham University.
released January 20, 2020
All sound source from Automatonism patch in Pure Data. (Used poly fm module on pelog scale)