2019-05-26 (Su) Electronic Wind Chimes EWC

All the modules should observe the same loop timing, but some instruments may be better if they are played less frequently. For example, a thunderous drum would be distracting next to a piccolo, and the fret sound from an electric guitar would sound unprofessional if it happened on every note. When the rest of the modules are activated, this will become important, for now, it seems like a convoluted way to change tempo and lose the benefits of the pentatonic scaling.

(0:60) Demonstration of periodic module notes

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