2019-12-21 (Sa) MIDIGlocken

After wiring up the top layer, with the lights, buttons, and MIDI port, I found a few things were not working as expected. Two of the buttons would not register at all, and two others were reversed. I knew about the backward buttons. On the plus side, seven of the eight solenoids and relays would trigger successfully, although this caused the device to reset more than half of the time.

I reversed the backward relays in software. Wires to these relays were already soldered and cut to length, so software was the most natural place to fix them. The single-player button wasn't responding, but I'm not sure why yet.
The sixth switch activating the seventh relay

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Completed projects from year 4
Completed projects from year 5
Completed projects from year 6

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