2021-10-06 (W) EWC_Panel Pseduo code timer and drum machine

Pseudo-code for the timing panel was simple. This device has to show time on a four-digit numerical display, change that time from buttons, and send a MIDI signal out according to that interval.
Start of pseudo code

The drum machine was significantly more complicated than the timing panel. In this case, there are twenty-four buttons, a slider potentiometer, 136 RGB LEDs, an OLED display, and three serial ports. This controller will be an Arduino Mega since they have many IO points, multiple serial lines, and they're inexpensive. The code went a lot deeper but seeing the parts broken out into accomplishable sections was relaxing.
Page two of pseudo code

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