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Tag : Algorithmic composition

By ruslany

Compositor v3 Hypervisor AI – the race for supremacy

Compositor v3 AI capable of not only musically arranging the events, but also intonating the notes with the use of the local area network, based on virtual simulation of radio ether. Such local area network mostly reminds neural networks. However, Spherical Interaction Network, the way it is called in Compositor Software, may produce more human-like results by the factor of human participants in the radio ether. Compositor Software feeders conduct other objects of the network to initiate the radio transmission using the random distribution law, which may be compared with conducting an orchestra of radio transmitting points.

In the current recording of Compositor v3 Hypervisor output, there are two Compositor Software feeders: derived (Quantum) AI-RT1024 and original TC25, based on continuous-time convolution. Both feeders remotely controlled by RTC8k radar stochastic chain (LINK mode) and streamed into the SASER auxiliary channel.

Using this example, I show the musicality of stochastic radiolocation. In the essence, what we hear after denoising the original recording is a number of channels transmitting simultaneous Morse code translations each on its own frequency. Summing these channels, we hear chaotic tone dialing. String-like evolving long sounds happens on the frequency of the digital waveguide self-oscillation on the receiving channel of SASER device and transmitting SASER devices of other users.

By ruslany

CAA – 6: Ruslan Yusipov SASER SAS24P3L recordings on Cyland Audio Archive

Compositor Software presents a project of collaboration with Cyland Audio Archive (CAA), curated by Sergey Komarov (Kurvenschreiber). Now, Cyland organization archive has recordings made with SASER SAS24P3L software in the summer 2016 period. It is an experiment with master wavetable, which adds warmth to the recording and tones to software antenna modules. Recordings are available on the vinyl in 7,5″ PVC Lathe cut format and as digital recordings in popular audio formats on the CAA bandcamp page.

This release consists of five recordings, which named using a special principle of SASER SAS24P3L software work. The roots of the naming come from Ionic numeral system: first letter from Greek alphabet taken from the position of the central channel and number is sum of numerical values from three channels. In conjunction with taken number and letter of the central channel the model of a imitating device is named. Using an interface of SASER SAS24P3L audio engine it is possible to composite different radio stations, translating: SLF and ULF channels of original bus, VLF on secondary bus and VHF on the oversampling bus.