2020-01-05 (Su) MIDIGlocken

I added mode 10, a "two-player" mode, which generates notes while someone is playing that doubles the tempo as though two people are taking turns pressing buttons. The code works by measuring the time between the last couple of button presses and starting a new one at the mid-point. This mode will not use the same note as the player.

The last mode played a group of pseudo-random notes after a single button press by the user and used the default tempo unless a new one was set. In this mode, the first button press determined the size of the group. I still need to make sure MIDI is accepted everywhere the buttons work, narrate and record a video, upload the code to GitHub, and reinstall the cover.
Completed notes from the day

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