Compositor 4 Exteension 1 Main Paper
Compositor 4 Exteension 1 Main Paper

Compositor 4 extension 1 Beta Bounces worksheet

 

Copyright © 2017: All rights reserved to Ruslan M. Yusipov. Reproduction of any part of this document is prohibited due to the copyright law.

 

Note: This is NOT an MB_Loop_XX from the original package coming with Compositor 4. It is a separate collection named BB_Loop_XX.

   

What is in the package?

Loops folder: radio loops from BB_Loop_00 to BB_Loop_42;
Master Cuts folder: 12 master cut WAVE files in 22.05 kHz 24-bit resolution from demo_loop_1_bank_number to demo_loop_15_bank_number;
Note: demo loops 3, 4, 7 are not included in master cut WAV’s;
MP3 folder: 12 master cut MP3 files in 96 kbps resolution (Fraunhofer coder) from demo_loop_1_bank_number to demo_loop_15_bank_number;
Note: demo loops 3, 4, 7 are not included in master cut MP3’s;
preset files folder: Four BB_Loop_BankX files in .json format with presets readable by Compositor 4;
Beta_Bounce_worksheet.pdf – the present document.

Preface

Compositor 4 is a station to refurbish previously played ethers. It can add such characteristics to a radio loop as tape machine noises and lamp simulations. It can excite the ether to the point, that it will no longer constitute a radio loop recording but an original stored on a tape or vinyl. In Compositor 4 you can use radio loop device profiles alongside with real-time VLF ether. The collection of unique radio loops goes in this pack taken from the MDL12 non-duplex modem feedback. The 43 radio loops recorded showcase different device profiles. The loop audio files can be used to recreate the original hardware and are the pluggable software extensions for Compositor 4 station. All loops delivered in 44.1 kHz 24-bit resolution. Preset software extensions can later be used to emulate these devices in radio ether, which you can simulate pressing the Ether button.

Installation

To install the extension pack just copy BB_Loop_XX files into Loops folder in the program directory. If you wish to use BB preset banks alongside with your presets, you can drop the BB loops folder into the Deck 1 drop folder area. The preset banks contain 42 engine tunings to achieve different lamp or tape technic for the 43 radio loop profiles. Each preset coincides with one radio loop. There are 7 presets in bank A, 16 presets in bank B, 16 presets in bank C and 3 presets in bank D. The Master Cuts folder contains the feedbacks of live loop recordings suitable for tape or vinyl cutting.

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Content

BB_Loop_00. Bank A: Preset 1 – When submitted to internal chain of Compositor 4, this loop gives a strong feedback. Optimal working conditions from 161.5 to 191 bpm. On upsampling it gives consonance. Downscaling without gaps. Feedback is strong negative mood. Under hard decimation with saturation it gives unreproducible conditions. Rhythm is only evident using start marker characterized by strong click sound.

BB_Loop_01. Bank A: Preset 2 – The ratchet key. Strong bouncing with ratchet. Suitable for audio simulations of machinery. Operation is achieved by interrupter markers detected with a slice machine.

BB_Loop_02. Bank A: Preset 3 – Oversaturate on Connection channel. At high Velocities and Spacing this loop gives rich feeling. Under master lamp, low bouncing is inaudible. Sounds like first time ether.

BB_Loop_03. Bank A: Preset 4 – Water flow with percussion. Suitable for medicine operation systems. Keying with interrupter markers. Tambourine sound. May be previously recorded with session musicians. Appeared in ether together with Morse keying.

BB_Loop_04. Bank A: Preset 5 – The variation of the previous one with the sweep under hard lamp. Window is Nutall. On the first listening under high excitation, chopping is inaudible.

BB_Loop_05. Bank A: Preset 6 – High bubbles can be masked under z64 Sr decimation and very high excitation of connection channel (over 4000 ω). On lower values it sounds as played ether.

BB_Loop_06. Bank A: Preset 7 – Alarm sound. Maybe of military use. Can be masked by applying Rt 32 with high excitation of Connection channel. In this case, it sounds like watering bubbles of ether propagation. Work under the mesh of 2-3-6-9-10 of master channel.

BB_Loop_07. Bank B: Preset 1 – To create techno lamp excitation, work under Sr 128 with high excitation and low input scaling of 0.12. High excitation Aux > 0.8. First beat is strong. Trance induction > ∞ playback.

BB_Loop_08. Bank B: Preset 2 – Percussion rims. Too much air on high excitation. Like turbine or so. Aviation loop.

BB_Loop_09. Bank B: Preset 3 – Lock creak; aviation lock creak profile.

BB_Loop_10. Bank B: Preset 4 – Upscale to 191 bpm (5 ω). No lamp excitation needed. Listen under Tr 128 with high Connection channel excitation.

Note: There are three exciter systems in Compositor 4: Connection channel, output lamp and system section emulators.

BB_Loop_11. Bank B: Preset 5 – Make an accent on lows by applying comb filter for 1132 ω and double Spacing. Overexcitate connection at Tr 128.

BB_Loop_12. Bank B: Preset 6 – Vinyl to tape effect at Velocity ω > 4400, Spacing ω > 5500 (Tr 128). TF 2-3-6-9-10 is the toughest tape decimation besides Sr decimation, which is the bus decimation and is set by multiplier.

BB_Loop_13 – Listen at 5 ω or 191 bpm. Sounds as bass guitar with high resolution. Real tube amp simulation.

Note: Be aware of hard click when switching bpm to omega, e.g., switching a tape.

BB_Loop_14. Bank B: Preset 7 – To avoid similarities with heartbeat, use low connection with Rt 128. Waveshaping 1 synth emulation sounds as tape playback effect.

BB_Loop_15. Bank B: Preset 8 – Tape echo effect. Switching of tape laying mechanism.

BB_Loop_16. Bank B: Preset 9 – Alarm signal, e.g., of military use. Use this preset to make it indistinguishable.

BB_Loop_17. Bank B: Preset 10 – Tape laying mechanism in absence of tape.

BB_Loop_18. Bank B: Preset 11 – Concentrate on low frequencies by applying velocities near 715 ω. You can submit this signal to ether as it contains a strong sub-line.

BB_Loop_19. Bank B: Preset 12 – Strong sub signals are good for ether excitation.

BB_Loop_20. Bank B: Preset 13 – The most proximity effect is achieved near the submask of the local address at 191 bpm. The Connection channel excitation of 1828 ω is used for focusing on upper mid frequencies. The comb lamp-tape effect gives the most satisfying results to mask loop regeneration and create tape echo like effects.

BB_Loop_21. Bank B: Preset 14 – Lamp is of low use here as it can break the circuit. Noise excitation valves can be used but can lead to unwanted stochastic effects. Find a clean and not excited signal by setting TR to 128. The diving into the low mids are on 407,96 ω of Connection channel.

BB_Loop_22. Bank B: Preset 15 – Focus on the high glass sound by applying Velocity of 2518,89 ω. This way you can model old tube technic by modeling glass lamps with incandescent filament.

BB_Loop_23. Bank B: Preset 16 – Geodesic writer with pencil and hand tool.

BB_Loop_24. Bank C: Preset 1 – Can be used for Earth loop or creating a 60 Hz mains line.

BB_Loop_25. Bank C: Preset 2 – Focus on middle lows at Velocity 983 ω. Submarine sonar sound. Impulse bounce. Several reflection sources. Water pressure.

BB_Loop_26. Bank C: Preset 3 – Impulse beating of submarine deck.

BB_Loop_27. Bank C: Preset 4 – Hard machinery. Film tape rewind mechanism.

BB_Loop_28. Bank C: Preset 5 – Focus on interrupter markers. Background wood stick. Electricity leakage. The distance to the malfunction is counted as a free space between ground loop start and first tick appearance.

BB_Loop_29. Bank C: Preset 6 – Film kinescope testing under current.

BB_Loop_30. Bank C: Preset 7 – An expensive analog tube lamp under current.

BB_Loop_31. Bank C: Preset 8 – Another circuit of the previous machine. Measuring is done far from the tube lamp placement.

BB_Loop_32. Bank C: Preset 9 – Hybrid digital-analog circuit. Data-flow and low filterage. 80-s radio transistor.

BB_Loop_33. Bank C: Preset 10 – Hydraulic-pressing machine.

BB_Loop_34. Bank C: Preset 11 – Fender tube amp “Combo”.

BB_Loop_35. Bank C: Preset 12 – Bulk mechanism.

BB_Loop_36. Bank C: Preset 13 – Electric drum. High voltage.

BB_Loop_37. Bank C: Preset 14 – High atmospheric pressure. Submarine vent system.

BB_Loop_38. Bank C: Preset 15 – Electronic combustion engine.

BB_Loop_39. Bank C: Preset 16 – High load mesh bounce of VLF radio navigation system.

BB_Loop_40. Bank D: Preset 1 – Tape under magnetic load.

BB_Loop_41. Bank D: Preset 2 – Tape on normal speed. Playback.

BB_Loop_42. Bank D: Preset 3 – Tape on fast speed. Playback.

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Compositor 4 Extension 1 (Beta Bounces)
Compositor 4 Extension 1 (Beta Bounces)
Compositor 4 is a station to refurbish previously played ethers. It can add such characteristics to a radio loop as tape machine noises and lamp simulations. It can excite the ether to the point, that it will no longer constitute a radio loop recording but an original stored on a tape or vinyl. In Compositor 4 you can use radio loop device profiles alongside with real-time VLF ether. The collection of unique radio loops goes in this pack taken from the MDL12 non-duplex modem feedback. The 43 radio loops recorded showcase different device profiles. The loop audio files can be used to recreate the original hardware and are the pluggable software extensions for Compositor 4 station. All loops delivered in 44.1 kHz 24-bit resolution. Preset software extensions can later be used to emulate these devices in radio ether, which you can simulate pressing the Ether button.
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