2019-05-12 (Su) Little Drummer Bot LittleDB

The final mode for the Little Drummer Bot was a metronome. The tempo remained the same when entering metronome mode, so it was possible to be set with tap tempo and or finely configured in the settings mode. The BPM could still be adjusted with the two left-most button columns just like the setting mode. The four buttons on the right changed instruments, and the metronome could reach any percussion instrument instead of the standard eight. This mode could take full advantage of all the undocumented notes stored in the sound module.
(0:49) Changing instruments and tempo in metronome mode

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