2019-11-02 (Sa) Electronic Wind Chimes EWC_Presenter

One of the buttons on EWC_Presenter was "Fanfare," which was intended to be a victorious sequence. I punched out a few notes on a keyboard that ascended and didn't sound awful. Another button was "Drumroll" and played the snare drum sound ten times per second while it was held.
I found that the Adafruit MIDI code each note number was automatically decremented by one, so an instrument request of zero was ineffective. I removed this to keep everything using zero-justified numbers.

All the modes currently being used were implemented with the "Mode" button. Each press would roll through pseudo-random autoplay, noodling, and background soundscapes. Before, the noodling mode was only available when the tempo was zero, but this condition was eliminated in favor of a dedicated button.
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