2023-03-13 (M) EWC_Box Instrument tracking

I could not edit my percussion loops which was a problem when I generated one that sounded great, except for one instrument. When I scrolled through the tracks, the name did not update on the screen or in the arrangement. The biggest hurdle was the way I updated the encoders because I set a bit high when any of the four changed, but nothing to indicate which one. I added four registers to track the previous values so that when I compared old and new, the change would be apparent.

I added the code to update the text on the screen when I changed tracks or updated the playing instrument if I turned that encoder. I also added the updates to occur when I pressed the PRandomize button so I could see and change which instrument I heard.
Tracking the previous states let me determine which encoder changed

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