But I didn't mean to invent new scales (alrhough it is possible too).
Any existing scale cn be used in several ways:
1. If you use the scale in the melody but the harmony is tonal major /minor, the potential of the scale is not fully developed.
2. If you use the scale in the melody and harmonise with chords built only with notes of the scale, then it would sound different. This is what I have been working on.
Yes, the scale based on equal interval is the whole tone hexatonic (Debussy, and other...)
I admire your zeal for experimentation. But I am dubious about inventing a brand new scale, at least one that is not already derived from an existing scale, and where the differences are not readily apparent. I'm not by a long shot the pedagogic type. I've had good results from introducing a bit of bi-tonality into a line, but that's a function of harmony more than any thing else. And I only go by my ears. If I hear something I like, I might analyze its properties, but I don't formalize much.
You had mentioned that you thought my puppet piece might have used exotic scales. I don't think so. It was probably a minor scale with harmonization's of a major 7th that briefly took it out of the scale and made it sound interesting. Indian music uses so many scales but they are lost to my ears! I have a friend that uses the equal interval system and he gets great results in the jazz idiom. There is a forum on KVR.com about this system.
I've always been a big radio fan. It's fun to hear weird stuff while driving in your car at night. Alone on the turnpike, searching for the right station. This is a radio play and a mashup of my own music along with material from the old days of radio. Oldtimeradiofans.com sez the material is in the public domain. I'm not so sure ... but here it is. Other effects are from the BBC Sound Effects Library.