2021-02-03 (W) Electronic Wind Chimes EWC_OST

Earlier this week, I tried writing the code that would change an instrument's octave, but it didn't work, so I removed it. Today, I set out to solve the problem. I created five new moods. The first was one octave lower, and the second lower. A couple of moods were three octaves higher and lower, and the final had three instruments. One played the regular note, one played below that, and another above, at the same time. While I designed these, I thought about the spreadsheet and program's capability. I was limiting myself to only changing by an entire octave to decide how many notes an instrument shifted. In this way, I could make chords by creating a mood with three or four duplicate instruments but translating some to match the chord. I may never do this, but I am not limited.
Five new moods

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