2019-05-21 (Tu) Electronic Wind Chimes EWC

Calculating tempo from the drum machine input could have been done a few ways. It would have been easiest to send a signal from the drum machine that wouldn't carry any sound, for example, note 0 on channel 10 but no other drum machine would send that signal without programming, modification, or signal manipulation. I wanted to connect any MIDI drum machine and calculate the tempo, so the Electronic Wind Chimes stores the first note it sees on channel 10 and measures the time until that note is seen again. That time difference becomes the tempo but ignores anything between.
(0:53) Drum machine feeding a tempo to the EWC

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