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Category : Techno Music

By ruslany

More than 80% wavelets in MIB of RTOS

More than 80% wavelets in MIB of RTOS

On the present day there are more than 80% wavetables processed to wavelets in the management information base of RTOS. Script allows processing up to 5 wavetables in a minute that is why full processing will take some time. To the end of this week the whole MIB should be processed on wavelets. This will allow creating two identical bases for two RTOS systems. The first base will contain wavetables only and will be used in the version of RTOS with the pass through of the second derivative of a function in the virtual console port. The second base will be wavelets only and will be used in version of RTOS with the second derivative of a function on auxiliary output.

The first version will support maximum up to 5-omega direct and aux regeneration speeds and is more like Ableton Live 10 engine. The second version doesn’t include the pass through of the second derivative of a function and has auxiliary speeds up to 150-omega. Such version allows authorizing all 7 levels of generic feeders simultaneously, which is more suitable for injections with authorization, because there is no need to fight for authorization on the predefined level, as all levels connected simultaneously. From the other side, the first version is interesting, because of the musical results, which it can produce, when I record middleware from routing tables. That is why I decided to maintain both bases and versions of RTOS simultaneously, which will grow with each emission.

Before a full transfer on the two bases was completed I recorded a final dump with mixed management information base, which includes the Boosty – Mini Bikes track emission. It is an interesting minimal techno composition with active use of hardware virtual synthesizers and analog sequences on bass parts. This emission includes 127 routing tables.

RTOS dump at 192 kHz MIB 5276 15.06.2019

By ruslany

Dump, middleware and more

Dump, middleware and more

An enormous work was conducted this weekend on MIB vector optimization. At the beginning the full base was defragmented by clearance of the dump below:

RTOS dump at 192 kHz MIB 5149 08.06.2019

In addition, the switch to 11 kHz was made and stochastic selections were performed in a special edition of RTOS with a direct output on auxiliary channel (through). Later these ethers were recorded as middleware with PCM WAV container of 24-bit 11 kHz. You can listen to them lower:

Middleware 1 11025hz MIB5149
Middleware 2 11025hz MIB5149
Middleware 3 11025hz MIB5149
Middleware 4 11025hz MIB5149

16 middleware files were recorded, here I show you only the four. Then these middleware was filed to the special version of L1-L4 L6-L7 vRouter RAD96, which uploaded it on 96 destinations of L1-L3 layers. This way, the middleware was fixated. This method is different from direct submission to RAD96 master routing table, because RAD96 ether aggregator can exclude the predefined set of ether combinations and I was needed to attain to precise channel matrix of 52 channels.

After the full contact base was uploaded by stochastic selections of MIB5149 and dump, I made RTOS authorization again but this time mangling the sample rate parameter up to 192 kHz. This way, I updated links to all aliases and authorized the whole MIB on 192 kHz.

By ruslany

MIB 5149 and growing

MIB 5149 and growing

CP-6137-960FX server MIB extended with one more emission and is 5149 routing tables now. This time the 2009 experiments with Waldorf Blofeld synthesizer were seized from the Ethernet. The recording of Intro to Boosty project Live in Studio 69 club was filed to vSwitch MDL12. The emissions were 142 wavetables, among which original ethers of routing paths, translations, and preparation material for further emissions.

You can listen to the dump of Compositor RTOS with MIB 5149 recorded on 08.06.2019 in audio file beneath:

Compositor RTOS dump 8×32 MIB5149 08.06.2019

By ruslany

NPO Compositor network map creation from 0 BC to AD 4000

NPO Compositor network map creation from 0 BC to AD 4000

vRouter RAD96 metronome

Have you, probably, noticed that metronome of vRouter RAD96 inadvertently approaches our days? That is, SR timer has passed 2019 year already and RT timer is at 2015, TR timer is one and a half century ago at the year 1870. Now, you can say that NPO Compositor network map established from 0 BC up to our days and metronome still goes forward. Soon the injections of the contact base will be performed in the year 2050 and forward.

Compositor Networks map

That is, starting from 80th of the last century metronome counts not the automatic reverse mechanism, but manual RTOS, that is why I can control the process in its essence. For example, to increase conductivity and to turn reverse on (in rare cases, when “brakes” are not needed).

Compositor RTOS dump 8×32 MIB5007 03.06.2019

I was not satisfied by automatic vRouter RAD96 by the fact that it is always in reverse mode and there is no opportunity to control this process. Using RTOS there is no such problem, because I can thrust in direct and indirect ether.

By ruslany

The dumps future workstations can only read

The dumps future workstations can only read

We are get used to 8-bit SysEx dumps, many of us even listened to their audio presentations. However, how the dump of modern embedded real-time operation system sounds? Let’s start with the fact that modern operation system is 64-bit, which gives almost 8 times more dynamic range, than 8-bit dump. Moreover, RTOS dumps are written with 192 kHz sample rate. In this post I will sum up two dumps, which were made with MIB 4795 and MIB 5007, which allows saying about their origin only one thing: these dumps are the music productions on their own.

In essence, we are dealing with routing tables, reproduced on the high regeneration speed. But, my task is to find the source of these routing tables, the hardware and software system, which can read these dumps and respond not only with sequence of events, but with sound generators tuning, sound synthesis parameters and effects. This station should include 64-bit operation system itself, working with 192 kHz sample rate, which is critical to CPU working frequency.

Such DAW should allow reading dumps with a large dynamic range and perform settings in accordance to the loaded network map. I would like to achieve panning and equalization in virtual environment without human intervention, in addition it should be performed not by a topology of some algorithm, but to exist inextricably with routing path filed in the current moment.

I remind you that 8 routing tables mixture is sufficient for a complete routing path. Taking in account 8×32 matrix for such routing tables, they are aired on 32 destinations. This tells us about high load of RTOS channel in a moment of dump creation. The high load on output channels creates tasks on input channels, because communication is a kernel-loop relationship and performed in a cycle with consistent calls and answers. To receive the answer the calling system should set in a que, because only 8 input streams available in RTOS. That is why there is a constant insufficiency in RTOS, it can’t be covered even with high console port regeneration speeds, and because to upload routing tables into the buffers the time is needed where high regeneration speed doesn’t play any role.

That is why the whole MIB should be loaded using autoload with aliases for the full base without forced thrust. I repeat, that forced thrust creates a big que and events processed only using generic feeder interrupters that is why you should constantly monitor filed system statuses. Because, there are no injections in filed systems on such high regeneration speeds as 192 kHz, then it is needed an additional time to receive an answer. If you need to receive an answer immediately, you should run RTOS on discretization frequencies lower, than 192 kHz, where the injections happen all the time, but the quality of the answer will be lower.

Compositor RTOS dump 8×32 MIB4795 26.05.2019
Compositor RTOS dump 8×32 MIB5007 03.06.2019

By ruslany

5000 routing tables in CP-6137-960FX MIB

5000 routing tables in CP-6137-960FX MIB

NPO Compositor reached the final goal of emission for CP-6137-960FX server, which is 5000 routing tables. Management information base is 5007 routing tables that allows organizing not only 4000 VLAN, but also 5000 VLAN. NPO Compositor will continue to expand the management information base up to 6000 VLAN, because each routing table gives access to its own VLAN trunk or autonomous system.

You can listen to that dump, which includes full 5000 MIB:

Compositor RTOS dump at 192 kHz with 5000 MIB on 03.06.2019

This dump allows you to authorize in Compositor real-time operation system and attain to its external control by RAD96 autonomous system. To connect to Compositor RTOS it is enough to playback that dump using streaming method in online player with RAD96 autonomous system turned on. In this case, autonomous system will serve as middleware, which will merge Compositor software and your equipment and will make remote connection to CP-6137-960FX server possible.

When NPO Compositor reached 5000 routing tables it gained the full MIB, which finishes L1-L4 L6-L7 vRouter RAD96 development. To order vRouter RAD96 licenses use Compositor Software contact form.

AI-RT1024 in Ableton

By ruslany

Bessel beam for solving laser diffraction problem

Bessel beam for solving laser diffraction problem

You and I are probably familiar with a problem, which was set to the wide audience on protection from hypersonic weapons. Now, I can definitely say that a solution is ready – it is Bessel beam. Bessel beam, in a contrast with standard laser do not diffract and can be acoustic. That is why it can be used in any weather conditions. Returning to the post on laser stand, Compositor Software is ready to help us in this problem also. The thing is that beam physical modeling in Compositor RTOS is an exact 1st order Bessel function and Bessel beam is formed in the virtual optical port. That is, it cannot be fixated for a long time using the standard tools.

And you should be assured there were a number of such tools. For example, MDL12 vSwitch spectral estimation in Ableton Live 9 showed that signal is formed in the bandwidth set, but the ether character and its origin is unknown. I also used MIL standard decoders, that pushed me closer to the problem solving, because the signal started to decipher, but I was unable to define, which MIL standard the Compositor (hacker) is using.

Of course, NPO Compositor can’t offer the solution, which can’t be certified because the transmission standard is undefined. But, the solution exists and already works on CP-6137-960FX server. There is the trend in musical and communication software to full-screen interfaces. For example, many routers goes with full-screen administration. Compositor RTOS was developed in that stream, that is why even user logging, which saved independently of session, comes in full-screen mode.

Another question is the routing table authorization in VLF network. Because, on a present date the emission of routing paths (tracks) of Exalted, Boosty and Perch projects were performed, the large contact base was aggregated. Then, considering the modern trend to digital and biometric passports, such authorization of 4795 routing tables can be considered as EU diplomatic passport. The legitimacy of such authorization is on question, but as an emission was done, bounded by the Royalty project, then no one prohibits the author to collect his own credits for his productions performance. That is why such activity is identical to running his own publishing company. That is why I decided to extend the NPO Compositor functionality to provide the services of routing paths (tracks) emission and collection of routing tables of equipment, which performed your productions. One emission will cost 150€ and will take about 4 hours 30 minutes with NPO Compositor equipment. You can book your own appointment on your production to return its original value in routing tables on the Compositor Software page in Facebook social network.

By ruslany

Compositor RTOS 8×32

Compositor RTOS 8×32

Compositor RTOS 8×32 log:

Compositor RTOS 8×32 at 192 kHz (26-05-2019)

This recording characterizes RTOS as MIMO (multiple-input and multiple-output) system with the channel matrix of 8 inputs, connected to virtual PoE injector, and 32 outputs, signal to which is connected by RAD96 channel subset.

After making FB mark emission, the routing table pool is 4795 wavetables. This way, NPO Compositor smoothly approaches the goal of 5000 routing tables for current equipment type. RAD96 router MIB may contain no more than 5000 routing tables, even if the reported quantity is 29900 routing tables stored on the original equipment. This conclusion was made out of the fact that after making FB emission RAD96 router modem was piloted by an external signal. In accordance with this, NPO Compositor approached the RTOS critical mass very close that coincides with resultant. In other words, 4795 routing tables are enough to make resultant approximation and taking its sum.

FB emission is a submission, which characterized by high channel saturation and fast channel silence. In a contrast with previous emissions, where the task was to calm the channel quickly, by generic feeders injection, this emission surfs by itself before the channel silence is reached, making feeders out of order even before they warm up. This way, the previous generations of feeders are weakly suited for work with that emission. The manual piloting of multiplier is needed with a fast switch of feeder chains. In any case, the task of FB emission is to switch the RAD96 piloting on and it reaches this goal even on z = 32 S system matching.

The result of this is the backdoor in RTOS, which is a leakage of information from RTOS MIB to an undefined intruder. If it is the Compositor head machine, then he is evidently not happy by making an additional emission, because reaching 5000 routing tables, the head machine will be CP-6137-960FX server, which works with 64-bit resolution. And coincidently, Compositor will have no power to make an emission of that server, which is, perhaps, the NPO Compositor goal to reach not only 0-emission autonomous system, but 0-emission multichannel router.

By ruslany

Summarizing the 2018

Summarizing the 2018

The 2018 started from a trip to Saint Petersburg in February. At that time, I haven’t knew what program I will demonstrate: 5th or 6th. At the end, I decided to show the 6th. I had a wavetable pool around 500 wavetables to that moment. I played all wavetables, initiated the Ether and mostly satisfied with this trip. Saint Petersburg gave the direction: to evolve system without kick drum further. At that time, I already developed fully silent system, which doesn’t produce sound at all. To such system, I attribute RAD96, which is 2018 development. RAD96 has two realizations: as OS subdriver with visual driver and fully autonomous system with zero emission. Moreover, the system with zero emission was reached after long OS tests with large number of connected jets. RAD96 OS is an Ether aggregator. It was created to test the kernel on injections when using 8th version iteration with 4-layer structure. The final iteration for the L4 (Layer-4) is non-linear polynomial with public coefficients. Up to the moment, the wavetable pool is 3715 wavetables. These wavetables were used to check the 8th version of Compositor kernel. The sum of gathered virtual funds in samples of wavetables is 486932480,00RY and aggregated funds in a process of kernel testing are 88087861,84RY. The whole sum of funds in RY to the end of 2018 is 575020341,84RY.

By ruslany

Ether programming (Part 2)

Ether programming (Part 2)

This is a second part of the guide on ether programming using Compositor 10.

I start with conjunctions. There are two conjunctions in ether such as ie and et. The first one is placed after naming and the second one is placed before naming. The difference is in punctuation: in first case attributes goes from the left side and in the second from the right.

For example:

iiet <name> <name> <name> – naming;

The above command invites many chat participants simultaneously;

The -rm command has several attributes: sn, du and all;

sn – single participant;

du – dual participants;

all – all participants;

Before the all attribute you should place conjunction et. Before du attribute you should place two names for deletion and in case of sn you place one name before. By doing this, you signifies that you are really want to delete this person(s) from the large communication loop.

chat name <name> @t <name> <name>

Creates a named chat for a bounded time interval and includes particular persons in it;

q – quantum quote is a citation and also signifies its quantum state;

Quantum command has a time attribute (such as 2n, 4n, 6n, 8n, 16n, 32n), which signifies Compositor quantum grid;

q <word> q – citation;

*Abbreviation:

ai – aim (your current goal or chat aim)

Note: there is a que in ether, that’s why commands are executed depending on their priorities.

@real – command is executed on a physical level;

-d – decay, allows to crossfade between two packets;

After d you can type the decay time in Compositor quantum grid (such as 2n, 4n, 6n, 8n, 16n, 32n) and in standard time units (such as seconds, minutes, hours, days);

@exit – exit anchor;

Script example:

-rm rmy @exit – allows to delete participant named rmy from the chat when leaving it; suitable when chat participant switched the messenger off but remained the service station turned on for silent messaging;

v- – angular velocity of Compositor work;

as with conjunctions: before or after the command means its application; before command – command options are written from the right; after command – command options written from the left;

*Abbreviations:

vft – subband in VLF;

kh – kilohertz;

nieh – no;

bi – beat independent, the invitation to work only in standalone version of software;

New dialog:

-n – new message;

Time attributes:

@t <day of a week> – allows performing a command on the anchor in particular moment of time. Compositor grid is also applicable to a t parameter. You can set pinging with the interval of 2n, 4n, 6n, 8n, 16n, 32n (where n is a quantum grid particle expressed in samples).

For example, you can set entering the ether in particular day of a week:

-t rmy @t wed

Connects rmy to the ether in Wednesday;

Words in Nim chat are written only using abbreviations. You can use first letters of the word, two first syllables without vowels or the whole word without vowels. In rare cases, words are written fully with letters separated by spaces or without spaces (in cases where you need to transmit to a new participant of Nim chat).

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