Swing step sequencer GUI that writes serial data to a microcontroller-operated xylophone
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Xylotunes.iml

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This is the code for the Xylotuner.pde file
      

      int c = 4;
      int D = 10;
      int E = 9;
      int F = 8;
      int G = 7;
      int A = 6;
      int B = 5;
      int C = 11;
      
      int convert[] = {c, B, A, G, F, E, D, C};
      int MAX = 8;
      int index=0;
      int TEMPO = 200;
      void setup() {
      
        pinMode(C, OUTPUT); 
        pinMode(D, OUTPUT); 
        pinMode(E, OUTPUT); 
        pinMode(F, OUTPUT); 
        pinMode(G, OUTPUT); 
        pinMode(A, OUTPUT); 
        pinMode(B, OUTPUT); 
        pinMode(c, OUTPUT); 
      
        Serial.begin(19200);
        Serial.println("Ready");
        }

   void loop() {
   if ( Serial.available() > 0 ){
        
        byte buffer[8];
        int rowNum = 0;
       
           for (int row = 0; row < MAX; row++){
               while (index < MAX){
                   buffer[index] = Serial.read(); //grab each row from JAVA, process one at a time
                   index++;
                     }
                     for (int note = 0; note < MAX; note++)  {
                             digitalWrite(note, HIGH); //trigger
                             delay(25);   
                             digitalWrite(note, LOW);  //could also use convert[note];
                             delay(TEMPO); 
                        } 
                  }
            }
     }