2022-01-15 (Sa) EWC_Panel Revising core code

I upgraded my play length to 100 notes in a loop, and if the user goes over that, it switches to continuously generating new commands. I tried to display the infinity symbol ∞ on the OLED screen, but it looked sloppy, so I changed the phrasing of the line to say "Continuous notes" instead of a rate and a number.

I divided my code into five tabs to make it easier to find things, but I will recombine them before publishing. In my old project, I selected the pseudo-random note generation, and I realized that it didn't function the way it did in my head, and I'm pretty sure my internal idea is usable. I jotted down my thoughts about rewriting the code for this project.
Pseudo code for generating notes

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