Live Enhancement Suite: Supercharged Live Features for Windows | Sonic Bloom

No matter how great Live is there are always features left you might want, but that aren’t included (yet). Live Enhancement Suite is a workflow enhancement tool written in AutoHotkey that adds a lot of extra features to Live. It’s free (there’s a PayPal donation button if you’d like to thank the makers) and so far only available for Windows. I haven’t tried it as I don’t have a Windows computer anymore, but Live user and Sonic Bloom reader Stephan Bobinger, who also alerted me of this app, reported that it works very well. A Mac version is apparently in the works. For those of you who don’t know AutoHotkey, it’s an automation scripting language that allows users to easily create form fillers, auto-clicking, macros and more. A lot of things in LES can be configured to suit your own preferred workflow. Main features: Double right-click to for quick access to a customisable menu of devices Advanced draw mode Double right-click on the piano roll to select a scale Shortcut to add locators

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Your Complete Guide To The NYTimes’ Support Of US-Backed Coups In Latin America

https://www.blacklistednews.com/article/70743/your-complete-guide-to-the-nytimes-support-of-usbacked-coups-in-latin.html

Source: Your Complete Guide To The NYTimes’ Support Of US-Backed Coups In Latin America

https://www.commondreams.org/news/2019/01/31/continuing-long-history-supporting-us-backed-regime-change-nyt-hands-venezuela?cd-origin=rss

 

Twelve Key Findings in Deliberative Democracy Research

Deliberative democracy is a normative project grounded in political theory; but it is also home to a large volume of empirical social science research. So what have we learned about deliberative democracy, its value, and its weaknesses? This essay surveys the field by discussing twelve key findings that conceptual analysis, logic, empirical study, normative theorizing, and the refinement of deliberative practice have set to rest. The authors thus free both critics and proponents of deliberative democracy to concentrate on yet unresolved issues.

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