There is a group of trees that are called "musk maples," but you're not going to like a lot about them.
Do a Google search on "premna," musk maple." You will see that there are a confusing number of species noted. These are NOT maples, but Tthe temperate Chinese version--called premna microphylla--has a leaf shape similar to maples.. The other premna species are tropical. None are widely available as bonsai material.
Tropical premna require similar indoor care as ficus. Temperate climate species require a dormant period. None will provide red leaves. In fact, I don't know of any bonsai worthy tropical "indoor" species that has red leaves.
Musk maple have "musk" in their name for a reason. They tend to smell --BAD. I have a temperate premna. It is pretty darn smelly. Pruning makes it worse.