2019-03-10 (Su) Electronic Wind Chimes EWC

There was a problem with the program to start. Arduino's MIDI example sends signals to turn notes on but never turns them off so once the maximum number of voices in the sound module was reached, it stopped making any sound. This was remedied by stopping each prandom (pseudo-random) note right before generating a new one. The result was the prandom notes I had hoped for, and they would play continuously whenever the device was powered.

Below is a six-second video demonstrating some prandom notes played on the general MIDI instrument, "TINKLE BELLS." The next steps will be to change aspects of the playing style to see their effects.

(0:06) Demonstration of some prandom notes

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