2022-01-18 (Tu) EWC_Panel Compatibilty checker works

I needed a little housekeeping to the code. I started with a bug that restricted the channel from zero, even though it started there. I simplified some array calls and lowered the memory used by global variables, but this is part of the buggy code and isn't a permanent fix. The compatibility checker still needed work. For one, I was checking outside of an array, which may have caused issues with the memory allotment. My code checked the numbers in either order, but it only matters if they're compatible in one direction. I split the cases to check different numbers when the notes are increasing pitch versus decreasing. Next, I broke up the equation into three possibilities
    ○ Both positive numbers, increasing and decreasing
    ○ Both negative numbers, increasing and decreasing
    ○ One positive and one negative number, increasing and decreasing
Despite my best efforts to confuse myself, only one formula and one check were necessary, and my serial output demonstrated it.
Compatible loops are flagged

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