2021-11-21 (Su) EWC_Panel Drum machine faceplate wiring

I added wires from all my switches, including the arcade button. I used the same wire color pattern for each switch bank, but it may be easiest just to connect them, then sort it out in software. Before today, I was using a butane soldering iron that might have been having valve troubles because I couldn't keep the tip hot enough, so I switched to another one with a regulation issue that erred on the side of too hot. I felt some urgency with this iron, but everything turned out well unless I melted the interior of some switches without realizing it.
Backside of faceplate

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