2019-04-21 (Su) Electronic Wind Chimes EWC

To this point, the displays had been displaying diagnostic data, but that was never the intent for them. An array was written which stored the names of all the pentatonic scales, and when the toggle switch was pressed left or right, the corresponding name would appear, and the scale would change. Pressing the button was not shown in the picture, but each frame is preceded by a switch press.

At one point, the display code tried to read data beyond the array, and the screen printed erratic data and characters from far outside the Arabic alphabet.
Changing scales

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