2022-01-23 (Su) EWC_Panel Clock signal sync

Wow. So, yeah. Loops, compared to prandomized music, is a whole different game. Level up. The notes now play in time with the incoming data, and I can't wait to hear it with the drum panel. The first or last note in the loop was repeating, and when I uploaded new code, it occurred to me that the bizarre sounds that plagued my synth were just due to stray signals from the program transfer—nothing to worry about.

When I wanted to test a new code snippet and see the results on a serial terminal, I had to switch my baud rate or use a program, like PuTTY, that could receive at the MIDI rate. I still had to contend with the constant noise of the incoming clock signals and the unusual ASCII characters, so I added a debugging bit that I could hard-code before uploading. It would print formatted variables or MIDI. Since I know this will create trouble in the future, I added a "DEBUGGING" message to the OLED.
Debugging mode

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