I see. You are creating a catalogue of scales and uses? Well, I used the diminished scale and harmonized it only with that scale. Maybe that's what you heard that sounded exotic in the puppet music.
The EIS Equal Interval System is actually a teaching method, but I don't really know anything about it, but here's a link to it: I don't know what's "equal" about it, but it's not the whole tone scale. It's like a school, a method of composition.
The Congregational Church of Needham was nice enough to do a Sunday service of music I'd written and let me record it. There were only 9 singers, but they still did a great job.
I made a little youtube video below, and am also attaching the sound file and a pdf of the score:
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...)