2022-01-27 (Th) EWC_Panel Instrument Panel V1.0 COMPLETE

A few days ago, I revised the 4x4 overlay by extending the LENGTH "button" size to prolong or shorten it by one or ten at a time. I rounded the corners, so it looked more polished and put the name of each function in the middle of the white area. Most of the buttons moved positions, and a couple went away completely. I remapped the inputs in the program and tested them for accuracy.

I expanded my melodies[][] array until the program hiccuped. I lowered it to 160 bytes for programming, but I raised it to 480 bytes for the final export. I planned to have four melodies, but I'm reducing it to two for this first build. I'll use a controller with more memory in the next iterations. This instrument panel is complete!
(0:26) Timer→percussion→instrument V1.0

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