What I'm trying to do is show a list of alarms on the right hand side in the middle with the list 3:04, 3:06, 3:08. As the user hits + on the LHS, a new object is created that you can edit on the RHS, or if you already have some edits on the RHS, if you hit + on the LHS, it'll create a new object with those values. The user should be able to easily edit each list and delete the rows.
The + sign on the RHS adds a new alarm time to the list on the RHS based on what's in the bottom scrolling view with the times.
The Edit button on the LHS puts the tableview on the left into edit mode so you can easily delete items.
Similarly, the Edit button on the right pane allows the alarm times (3:04, 3:06, 3:08) to easily be deleted from the list.
My first question is, is it too confusing with the two plus signs, and two edit buttons to the user each divided into their own split section. They do similar functions in their respective sections, but wasn't sure what the better way to do it was.
Second question is, does anyone have an opinion on how to display the alarm times on the right pane. I'm using a standard tableView that Apple provides, but to me it looks kind of funny since the times are just floating there it looks like.