2023-03-18 (Sa) EWC_Box Drum sampler mode4()

I designed mode4() to interact with my drum sampler. The sampler lets me play any sound stored on a memory card, but only eight at a time. I already made a function to shuffle the channels, so I do not favor the lower numbers.

I copied mode3(), the percussion mode, and made changes to restrict the instruments to available numbers and implement the shuffled order. I do not need to display instrument names because whatever I play will appear on the sampler's screen, and I want to switch that freely. The other big difference with this mode compared to mode3() is that I generate a beat for each channel, not just the selected ones, but I only play the ones picked on the screen. By treating the tracks this way, I can add instruments not set during PRandomization.
Drum sampler played by EWC_Box

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