2021-12-18 (Sa) EWC_Panel Track selection and scanning

I looked into the MIDI specifications for percussion and corrected my minimum and maximum variables for the highest and lowest instrument. I entered all the instrument names into a long array of strings to display them on the OLED later. I corrected a bug that stopped the notes from appearing on the screen when I pressed a button. When I change the track, a blue bar appears next to the note area, but the LEDs get brighter closer to the center. A vertical bar scrolls across the note area to show what notes should be playing. At first, it cleared off all the lights, but I continued to develop, and it now preserves the pattern.
Track 0x03 selected and notes scanning

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