2019-04-25 (Th) Electronic Wind Chimes EWC

After adding the instrument names to the program, it was time to add the chords. Their names were also added at the same time but there were only fourteen chord names, including one called, "No Chords," which played a single note. Like the instrument names, they were all arranged in a multi-dimension array. Before this, the chord values were all put into separate arrays, but another multi-dimension array was created which held all the chord values. Some of the chords had three values and some had four. This was all made uniform by supplying zeros at the end of three-note chords.

Chords don't sound any better than they did in the first version, but this could change when other instruments are added and the code can always be removed or changed.
Chords cycling by button presses

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