2023-03-22 (W) EWC_Box mode5() with "Live" velocity control

I reconfigured how the system assigned velocities. In the old way, the system posted an amplitude when I pressed the PRandomize button, and it would always play at that level. I changed the sequence, so it programmed it with a percentage, and when I played, I calculated the volume based on that value and the respective potentiometer. I could adjust the percussion or melody knob, and each subsequent note came out accordingly. I made a video showing how the velocity knobs throttle volume and the track knobs change which instruments play.

I am happy with mode5() and am getting close to finishing this project. There is one more mode I want to add, and I will probably have more minor tweaks, like how I added a serial command to PRandomize so I could change the arrangement from my computer.
(1:27) Live Controls on mode5()

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