2022-01-19 (W) EWC_Panel V2.0 faceplate

When I started this instrument panel, I considered building three or four at once, but I decided to make one, work out the bugs, learn through my mistakes, and hopefully, the following boxes would go smoothly. I have a list of things I want to improve that should improve interfacing, like a rotary encoder for instrument selection and a light bar/ring to visualize the tempo.
Faceplate layout for V2.0

I updated the button overlay with the new functions, but they don't apply to the existing panel. I like the looks of this one a lot more with rounded corners, a larger border, and a "long" button that has fine and coarse adjustments so I can quickly change the number of notes in an arrangement.
New 4x4 overlays

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