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Compositor v7 Hypervisor is available

Compositor v7 Hypervisor is available

Hypervisor v7 is a modern VLF radio station suitable for ether reproduction, recording and monitoring in real-time. It is capable of switching, aggregating and signalizing the network statuses using the 5 feeders provided. With the 8-channel auxiliary ether injector you can playback 129 Ethernet wavetables, which are the part of Hypervisor v7 package. STL1212 multithread computer is bundled with the software. It processes virtual machine resources and implements uncrossing of 8 real-time loops. This way you can process wavetables into vectors and transmit them via Ethernet.

Here is the full list of Compositor v7 Hypervisor new modules and functions:

  1. STL1212:
    1. 8 DSP license holder;
    2. Processor optimization;
    3. Cloud resources utilization;
    4. Dynamic resources allocation;
  2. RTC4k:
    1. VLF network radar;
    2. Lowest line control;
    3. Subliminal sequences;
    4. Alarm sounds;
  3. RTC8k:
    1. Anti-injection protection;
    2. Bits headroom display;
    3. Shutter engine;
    4. CPU latching;
  4. RT-z8:
    1. AM ether aggregation;
    2. Position display;
    3. VLF coordinates locator;
    4. Robust network protection;
  5. RT-z16:
    1. Ground level coordinates;
    2. On-air control;
    3. 32768 operations per second;
    4. VLF tracking;
  6. RT-z32:
    1. Occasional network switching;
    2. Predictive control;
    3. Highest line tracking;
    4. Non-linear alarm control;
  7. Ethernet injector;
  8. Ether reproduction;
  9. Ether aggregation;
  10. Channel summation;
  11. Channel multiplexing;
  12. Radio monitoring;
  13. Synchronous server performance;
  14. Network switching;
  15. Plesiochronous digital hierarchy (E5);
  16. Ethernet mixture;
  17. Differential-phase position navigation;
  18. High load auxiliary channel.

You can buy Compositor v7 Hypervisor on the product page or at Compositor Software Web Shop.

By ruslany

Compositor. Opening of the Spirit @ Cyfest 11

Compositor. Opening of the Spirit @ Cyfest 11

If you are keen to what Compositor is, you can visit the performance of Ruslan Yusipov at Cyfest 11 in Saint Petersburg Stieglitz State Academy of Art and Design on 11.02.2018. The performance will take place in Screening Room, the beginning of performances section is at 18:00 MSC.

This performance will be dedicated to Compositor v6 features. In this presentation you will hear the set, played in real-time with Compositor v6 software. Compositor v6 includes more than 80 new polyphonic rhythmic structures, created with MDL12 brain-convolution synthesizer from Compositor Software. These loops, processed in industrial-noise elements, create authentic atmosphere of vintage radio equipment. They contain different emotions, which you can translate using Compositor v6 by listening to it or broadcasting into an ether. The carriers of such transmission are sequences, which change their rhythm in accordance with settings. Listener is involved in emotional world of Compositor, which is fixated using the wavetables. Digital music loops synchronized with carriers and translated with carriers signal. The orientation of virtual antenna and color spiral resultant are showed on Compositor v6 display. The set, which Ruslan Yusipov will play, named “Opening of the Spirit”, symbolizing the opening of new dimension in sound.

By ruslany

Five Ethernet principles when working with Compositor

Five Ethernet principles when working with Compositor

The original idea with planets and constellations dates back to the 2014, when Compositor Max for Live saw its way into the music business. Compositor Max for Live is a successor of Compositor Pro 2 software, which uses only transparent names for parameters. For example, combinations in Compositor Max for Live are constellations and multiplier is year. The shift towards the cosmological specification of Compositor was made during the interest of the author to FM function application in modelling of Solar System. At first, such modelling was an intent of the mathematician Bessel, who was an inventor of Bessel functions, which are also used in Compositor library.

The subsequent Compositors raise the cosmological question more profoundly as they use the ether application to radio telescope idea. Such parameters as Right Ascension, Declination were descendants of Pitch and Yaw library parameters of Compositor window function. It is needed to say that Declination parameter of Compositor allows for bigger angles than in conventional radio telescopes, even the largest ones. It opens an amateur radio operator to a field of study, which was previously unavailable. By mathematic modelling of radio ether and conversion of transparent FM function parameters to cosmological constants, a new approach to amateur radio appeared. The main concern of Compositor since SASER is Radio Astronomy. Besides that, working in ether directly without intermediate frequencies and transmission lines are available. It is all made by precise virtualization of physically modelled parameters of FM reconstitution. It is not only an approach, it is a journey into finding the right value for each parameter making sound design as the work for cosmological principle.

  1. The first principle is a guiding principle. By this principle I mean that the ether guides the will of communicator and can shape ideas, words and thoughts into the Morse code signals, appearing as symbols and short codes. It means that quality ether can guide you in representing your ideas and has all needed automated tools to decrypt it in radio-accepted language such as Morse code. It also means that for use of Compositor, you don’t need to have a knowledge of Morse code, but you can reveal your ideas only by free-will of manipulating the software. You can read your communications, using Morse code decoding tools (such as CW Decoder on Windows). In these radio ether sessions you can understand all other principles of working with ether.
  2. The second principle is ether aggregation. It is also a cause why rhythm machine was introduced again in Compositor v6. Working with rhythm machine and injecting it into the ether can accumulate Ethernet lines of communication – the carriers on which such communication happens. You can aggregate ether by using rhythm box such as DB-01 and then use the decoder to read new ether lines, which are many after the successful aggregation using rhythm machine performance. Such approach helps to accomplish a manual task of ether aggregation and is similar to the processes of automatic ether aggregation of STL1212 DRM computer.
  3. The third principle is a haunting principle. It states that for successful ether session to over, you need to mask your Ethernet traces. You can achieve this goal using DB-01 drumbox as well as for ether aggregation. Compositor v6 has all needed set of tools for ether aggregation and masking your tracks using rhythm machine and random Ethernet wavetables selection.
  4. The main concern of working with Compositor is accumulation principle. The accumulators such as STL1212 can successfully store and flush aggregated traffic via Compositor v6 DB-01 drumbox virtual machine. If you use more than one accumulator on the physical machine, you need to take in account the physical address of hard drives, from which such accumulators are rendered. For example, I currently run two DRM accumulators from one physical machine, which allows storing 48 Compositor cores simultaneously. You can inhabit these cores by the ether participants using available free cores of STL1212 DRM computer and when the memory usage of STL1212 lowers, you should use Compositor v6 manual mode to aggregate the STL1212 cores usage.
  5. The fifth principle is that you can select on your own, which line you want to listen to in CW Decoding software. If there is nearby communication happening on two lines, you need to choose a spare line using CW Decoder selector.

The named principles of working in Ethernet are self-evident and can be comprehended by Compositor owners on their own. I name them here only in an attempt to integrate new Compositor users into the ether more fast with my own knowledge of Ethernet communications.

By ruslany

Compositor v6 is available

Compositor v6 is available

Compositor v6 is a rack consisting of Compositor WS Extended auxiliary channel and Drumbox-01 rhythm machine. You can create complete tracks using Compositor v6 by mixing its sequence with radio loops and rhythm section. Radio loops library, extended with 44 hb loops, showcases different device profiles. Using it, you can play radio ether loops alongside the rhythm section with synthetic kick, non-linear snare, FM hat and sampled bassline. You can control all of multiplier-mapped parameters independently, adjusting Compositor WS sequence structure to your needs. DJ’s will find it convenient to mix full tracks with Compositor v6 by using reset to beat start and reset to track start buttons. You can take full control over 8 decks by scrubbing, nudging and pitch scaling your performance independently. Sync function, forward and random playback modes allow for uninterruptable decks playback. You can send the Compositor WS Extended aux mix to headphones independently of master channel for monitoring while mixing.

You can purchase Compositor v6 here.

By ruslany

Compositor Software: Happy New Year!

Compositor Software: Happy New Year!

The 2017 was a very busy and productive year for Compositor Software. Three versions of software were released this year. They all cover the aim of autonomous stochastic performance and artificial listening.

Top 3 key achievements of 2017:

  1. Compositor v5 Hypervisor released
  2. Compositor v4 released
  3. Compositor v3 Hypervisor released

Top plans for 2018:

  1. Compositor v6 Mini-rack
  2. Compositor v7 Hypervisor
  3. Compositor STL1212 Multithread Computer module
  4. Compositor WS Extended

Winter Sale is under way, where you can buy among all:

  1. Compositor Pro 2
  2. Compositor 3 Feeders
  3. Compositor 3 Hypervisor
  4. Compositor 4
  5. Compositor 4 Max for Live
  6. Compositor 4 Extension 1

We wish you Happy New Year 2018!

By ruslany

Compositor v5.0 is available

Compositor v5.0 is available

Compositor v5 is a Hypervisor rack with Compositor WS auxiliary channel and RT-z128 operation system. It helps to play Compositor modules without any side impact from other radio-equipped instruments, which present during the live show.

Here is the list of features you can consider buying this software:

  • Three transmission modes
  • Real-time modulation
  • Shutter system
  • Display zooming
  • Switchable altitude
  • RT-z128 bit display
  • GHz calculation
  • Display warning
  • Master processing
  • Self-feeding
  • Signal insertion
  • Latency free aux channel

Compositor v5.0 Hypervisor features the important security updates, stability improvements and performance related issues solved.

By ruslany

MDL12 beat independent for autonomous solution

MDL12 beat independent for autonomous solution

MDL12 v1.2.1 beat independent has the auto mode and independent frequency tuning. In this solution beat independent version is used in auto mode. It means that frequency tunings made automatically as switches in broadband spectrum. Now MDL12 product contains both beat dependent and beat independent versions in one purchase. For 43 Euro you get two Max for Live devices: one producing feedbacks and the other made specifically for real-time automatic predictions. You can hear its sound in the demo below:

Compositor Software – Forecast 1

Compositor Software Forecast 1 is a multi-piece audio played by algorithmic generators. It is processed by the Compositor Software proprietary MDL12 and AVOX coders. Due to the limited bandwidth these coders output the signal in lower range of audio spectrum and can translate in ULF radio band. These signals are used as tracks in the mix.

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Compositor OS – vector operation system

Compositor OS – vector operation system

The file system of new Compositor OS uses the cycle spin value (angular velocity), which constitutes the media file length in milliseconds. This way the files could be categorized by their length and not by their content. While it is acceptable behavior for ethers and loop structures, many media formats may be out of scope for such categorization method. When you select the file to work with, the kernel regeneration state is changed, enabling other peers of the system to connect equally. It means that more regeneration comes from short files and longer files will gain the same amount of equally spaced connection points. You can work with it faster, setting higher omega speed. Kernel regeneration algorithm will perform playback and categorization. However, the system made specifically for real-time work to enable connectivity while you are listening to the material. The work with files can be done in mute mode also but there is no need to increase the iteration speed, because network scanning is made in a pace of the network map file deployment. Such network maps are tracks to the servers and standard techno music tracks serve exactly the same purpose as network loops, but instead of applying modulation in real-time, they just install it sequentially by the flags of drum percussion. The algorithm can be implemented to write tracks, initiating record in bpm of playback material. Setting the same track length, you may conduct a recording when changing bpm parameter. This way you can achieve a copy of recording you like.

The desktop system shouldn’t work faster than deployment of network map in real-time. This leads to speeds nearby 0.5 bpm. It makes real-time operations much easier. The next task after the sound driver is to make a network driver. This task includes decoupling constellations in favor of semi-free 3-axis model suitable for independent control of axis from the system multiplier value. Here is the challenge to decouple all mapped parameters from the multiplier in favor of more freedom and control over kernel parameters. However, the main transmission parameters couldn’t be decoupled from the transmission matrix. This leads me to the following solution: while the main kernel parameters are set and no longer need to be changed in any way, I don’t need to include kernel parameters in the main GUI design, because as the system is desktop, it doesn’t need lower-priority parameters such as window composition and transfer function selection. This parameters suit the goal of kernel protection against incoming network threats. The solution was to implement all needed methods to deny system invasions in kernel from other sources such as TCP over IP connections and other Ethernet tricks to connect to the carriers of the Compositor kernel. While the only carrier I can trust is all positive frequencies, the negative part was disqualified by the previous post solution of playing backwards. This way the negative frequencies traffic no longer can sit on the carrier.

Manual input is now possible to the kernel. Currently I map it to the 0.5 to 1 in absolute values, but can also dispatch these values on any input system. I do not insist on complete freedom in vector scaling, because this values are empirical and constitute angles, which form the beats together with other angle values. However, as the question rises about complete three-dimensional freedom, the 3D OS or the vector operation system doesn’t need values beyond the scope of the scalars present from the constellation values. The pitch angle has two-phase values, they are selected to force the VLF waves to pass through the ionosphere. The first range covers the left hemisphere and the second range covers the right hemisphere. Together with roll and yaw angles it forms the position of two bell shaped structures visible at the above picture. Yaw has four positions, which cover mostly all values except the negative values beyond the minus 90 degrees. This brings me to the solution of changing the azimuth in the Compositor OS system. Changing vectors, you are waiting for the next automatic kernel rebuild and once the values set and rebuild process is done, kernel inherits the values from the angles selected. Choosing the vector state of FWOS gives a plethora of possibilities to the kernel communication state. You select only those values, pointing to the area in the sky, where the mirroring point to the destination land is present. Thus, rotating the mirroring point, you actively scan all the land under the mirroring angle on the connection dots present. Such connection dots could be seen on the matrix model above with the red color and blue color represents the mirroring point. When no blue color presents, mirroring no longer available for the applied signal. After broadcasting the signal driven by the Compositor OS driver onto main MaxMSP driver, the network maps deploy on the location of the mirroring circumference actively covering the land, which they are applied to. There are a number of ways to deploy Compositor maps on the virtual terrain using the spherical driver with quaternion. Mainly they are flushed in the selected tempo, either real-time for listening while flushing or faster than real-time for active system. Real-time flushing is also active but consumes lower resources as the speed of kernel regeneration is lower and there is no need to scrub through the file faster. The implementation of scrubbing methods should be done more consistently and may constitute different LFO for signal scanning. First, the scrub LFO should be taken from the beats waveform of passive AM modulation system, as it has no implementation beyond the scope of the kernel and should be easily implemented for kernel self-feeding. It definitely should be done in real-time to protect the visual driver from hanging. Second, you can use a number of volatile LFO functions to control the scrub point. Making this, you are sure to visualize what happens inside the kernel FM driver and this way you can more easily implement all other kernel parameters.

 

 

By ruslany

Compositor Software Web Shop Black Friday deals

Huge sale comes here at Compositor Software Web Shop for Max for Live and Standalone products on Black Friday!

First, now you have an opportunity to buy the Compositor v3 bundle for a reduced price of €136,50, which comes with Max for Live instruments and Standalone software. The bundle includes AI-RT1024, FF8, TC25, N9000 and SASER Max for Live, which can be used as Standalone and in Ableton Live.

Second, Compositor v4 price dropped twice and is now €147. For this money you receive two-DSP system suitable for feeding with your own two-bar loops or with internal synthesizer engine and physical modelled generators.

Third, Compositor v4 Extension 1 Beta Bounces pack reduced even more and now costs only €77,70, which comes with 43 loops in 44100 Hz 24-bit WAV format taken from MDL12 Max for Live device and presets to make them sound fresh on Compositor v4 Standalone.

Valuable addition to Black Friday sale is Compositor 4 Max for Live, which goes for a reduced price of €31,50.

Terms: from Thursday 23rd November until Monday 27th November.

By ruslany

Compositor v3 Hypervisor Radio Shack Interceptions

Compositor v3 Hypervisor Radio Shack Interceptions

The Compositor v3 Musique Concrete experiment with Compositor feeders. Here you can find a set of five recordings made in Compositor v3 Hypervisor Radio Shack. It is not a montage, it is a direct output recording of Compositor v3 Hypervisor Radio Shack. In the recording you can hear VLF radio interception in 8kHz range of the highest quality available on the market with little or no Ether noise. Tune in and listen to five hours of meditative soundscapes.

Compositor v3 Hypervisor Radio Shack Mixdown 1 (VLF Interception):

Compositor v3 Hypervisor Radio Shack Mixdown 2 (VLF Interception):

Compositor v3 Hypervisor Radio Shack Mixdown 3 (VLF Interception):

Compositor v3 Hypervisor Radio Shack Mixdown 4 (VLF Interception):

Compositor v3 Hypervisor Radio Shack Mixdown 5 (VLF Interception):

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