2023-11-23 (Th) EWC_Cyberdeck mode4 working

I made a list of the things to change in mode4, and seeing them laid out was comforting. Every problem was one I tackled before, except I could not change the percussion instrument. This mode was just like the previous one, except it generated eight tracks, even if I only selected one. Values appeared on the wrong screen and used the wrong encoders. The potentiometers were wrong, and the minimum volume was too high. I fixed the issues and found code in mode3 to change the instrument, but I do not understand why it was missing. I missed a bug that let me change the tracks into the negative and beyond eight, but I corrected that too, and mode4 was operational.
mode4 with all eight tracks playing

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