The single-player and two-player buttons at the top of the faceplate control the device's mode. In single-player mode, it's possible to play notes by pressing the buttons or connect a MIDI device. I added code to recognize those mode changes, but not all of the modes have been programmed yet. I started on the second single-player mode which will play pseudo-random notes at a fixed tempo.
To initiate the mode, a player must press the single-player button which scrolls through three different options, the third of which hasn't been programmed. The next yellow button pressed will determine the tempo. With the far left button, the pace is the slowest at 48BPM. Pressing the opposite button will play at 160BPM. There is a thirty-five-second video demonstrating the playing mode.
(0:35) Second single-player mode
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