2020-12-28 (M) Electronic Wind Chimes EWC_OST

When I built the EWC_Presenter, I hard-coded all the phases the instruments would fade through. I wrote the algorithms so that it wouldn't be challenging to add more later, but I didn't care for the idea of having to update the software each time. I decided that I would read patterns off a memory card in this project, which I haven't used before. I decided to use an old 8Gb SD card that fits into the screen's socket.

I plan to use a comma-delimited file to store new "moods" on a row, starting with the name and tempo. I'm grouping subsequent columns into sets-of-three, where the first is the MIDI instrument number, percent chance to play, and maximum volume.
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