2023-03-20 (M) EWC_Box mode5() melody and percussion

mode5() would be the first time I tried integrating percussion and melody in the same device. I picked out eight parameters and how I wanted them arranged on the screen. I copied over code from other modes and started tying it into the rest of the sketch. I took the percussion handling from mode3() and the melody playback from mode2(). One feature I gave up was two parameters for setting bounds on note pitch, so this mode will center around a single MIDI note instead of roving between a couple of them.

I added functions to initiate modes with preset parameters, so I did not start a mode with an inaudible pitch or single-digit tempo. I rooted out a memory overrun issue in mode4(). Fixing these issues was necessary before mode5() would function properly. I recorded a short video that also demonstrated the remote PRandomize button.
(0:23) Simultaneous Melody and Percussion

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