2023-11-28 (Tu) EWC_Cyberdeck MIDI portion finished

 I considered my method, where I copied code for mode7 from mode2 and mode4, and it was wasteful to duplicate code, so I changed the calls to refer to the earlier modes where possible. I needed one unique function to handle the encoders since melody mode2 also wanted to control the tempo, but it had to be governed by the percussion screen.

I found an error with mode2 where it continued to play channels I deselected. I searched and searched for the issue because I thought it was due to the percussion track changes affecting the melody. The problem was that I intentionally programmed mode2 like this to generate up to fifteen channels and modify them at will. My thinking on the method changed since writing that, so I updated it to behave like the percussion functions, which stop playing tracks when I turn the encoder knob. I made the changes directly in mode2, which affected mode7, so the whole unit worked the way I expected.
One unique function in mode7

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