A0-C8

The 88 pitch, IC1 to IC87 Piano scale.
A 24-tone row (fixed field) dispersed across 7+ octaves (containing 12 PC’s):

A0 ^: A0(+1) Bb0(+2) C1(+3) Eb1(+4) G1(+5) C2(+6) F#2(+7) C#3(+8) A3(+9) F#4(+10) E5(+11) Eb6(+12) Eb7
C8 v: F#1(+12) F#2(+11) F3>(+10) Eb4(+9) C5(+8) G#5(+7) Eb6(+6) A6(+5) D7(+4) F#7(+3) A7(+2) B7(+1) C8

COMBINATORY LIE SCALE:
A0, Bb0, C1, Eb1, F#1, G1, C2, F#2, C#3, F3, A3, Eb4, F#4, C5, E5, G#5, Eb6, A6, D7, Eb7, F#7, A7, B7, C8

Musical examples that utilise this scale:
Piano etude #2 (score here)

Uncertain Ripples Parts 1 & 2 (for large ensemble; Part 1 score, Part 2 score )

Symmetrical IC pattern = [1 2 3 3 1 5 6 7 4 4 6 3 6 4 4 7 6 5 1 3 3 2 1]

OUTAGRAPHIC SCALE (64 previously unused pitches):
B0, C#1, D1, E1, F1, G#1-B1, C#2-F2, G2-C3, D3-E3, F#3-G#3, Bb3-D4, E4, F4, G4-B4,
C#5-Eb5, F5-G5, A5-D6, E6-G#6, Bb -C#7, E7, F7, G7, G#7, Bb7

Musical examples that utilise the outagraphic scale:
Outagraphic #1 (details here)