- Other Music’s American gamelan included the following instruments, all of which included the complete fourteen-tone scale unless otherwise noted:
- Soprano Metallophone: two octaves, C 528Hz through C 2112Hz.
- Alto Metallophones (two): two octaves, C 264Hz through C 1056Hz
- Tenor Metallophone*: two octaves, C 132Hz through C 528Hz
- Bass Metallophone: one octave, C 66Hz through C 132Hz
- Marimba: two octaves, C 264Hz through C 1056Hz
- Brass Tubular Chimes: (range not available)
- Acrylic End-Blown Flutes in seven-tone pelog: tenor C 264Hz through C 1056Hz; bass: G 176Hz through ~G 704Hz
- Drums: Balinese kendang, bongos, dumbec, trap set
The gamelan was sometimes augmented with other instruments, including English horn, cello, and Hohner Clavinet.
*A set of keys for a second tenor was cut and tuned, but the instrument was never completed. It would have been difficult to find room in the rehearsal space or on stage for a second tenor.