2019-05-25 (Sa) Electronic Wind Chimes EWC

The old idea of changing instruments with the Wind Chimes was to send a "change program" command right before each note. This worked, but it wreaked havoc on the sound module. Each time a "change program" command entered, it would jump back to the instrument selection mode. This made it nearly impossible to change the volume or reverb, which used different modes. Instead of transmitting right before a note, it was sent when the switch was flipped, regardless of when the next note would be played.

In one sense, switching instruments like this is limiting because each channel only gets one instrument. However, only five modules are playing through this sound module so it may be a non-issue. Without unique channels, it would be possible to have as many modules as the bandwidth and sound module could keep up with. This way seems cleaner.

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