2019-04-20 (Sa) Electronic Wind Chimes EWC

A lot of the code from version 0.01, the black box, was still usable and the biggest problem was making it work with the screens. The lower limit and range worked on the old hardware (2019-03-13), so the code was translated to recognize the new input.

Tempo is where the old hardware failures (2019-03-14) became overwhelming. Troublesome readings were so bad that this new version was built and has just caught up to where the old project left off. Tempo was finally readable, and it was worth the work. Changes to music speed were so profound that a list of revelations was started to keep track of what I was learning about music from this project.
(1:09) Limit, range, and tempo displayed and controlled

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