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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
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

Top 3 techno tracks which use Morse code as a melody

The most successful ostinato melodies in techno music may be taken from radio translations, which make this technological style of music more authentic. Such melodies may be a recording of radio loop or Ether resynthesis using original Morse code message as an inspiration. The later allows avoiding Ether noises such as clicks, but loses the original radio translation atmosphere. Today, I will play Top 3 techno tracks, which use Morse code as a track main line, using both approaches.

  1. Dubfire & Oliver Huntemann – Diablo (Original Mix)

The first line is Ali Shirazinia aka Dubfire with Diablo track. The main hook of the track is a radio loop, which sounds as an Ether recording. The sound of this translation taken from Morse code key for manual or automatic telegraph messaging.

The translation reads as:

. .. .. .. (EIII)

  1. Gaiser – Ciliate with

On the second place, there is Jon Gaiser with his resynthesizing passion for short Morse code messages. The track is Ciliate with from Blank Fade album. Having the idea of showcasing different variations of a short radio loop, Jon uses resynthesis as a source of inspiration.

The track translation reads:

… . (SE) with variation on … .. (SI)

  1. Boosty – Wavescanner

On the third place there is Ruslan Yusipov with his Boosty alias. Ruslan uses Funky key sound to resynthesize original translation.

The track translation reads as:

. .. (EI)


If you would like to use radio translations in your tracks, I recommend purchasing SASER Max for Live from Compositor Software. With its use, you can enhance your productions with resynthesized radio translations in Gaiser style and one-bar loops recorded directly from the Ether like in Diablo track.

By ruslany

Boosty is Compositor Software endorser

After two decades of experimentation in computer synthesis Ruslan Yusipov uses Boosty alias again for an album design for Compositor Software. One-shot samples suited for the wavetables of wavetable synthesis design. RAM storage inspired a new way of loops resynthesis when an artist tries to imitate a well-known hook using one-shot samples. Delay modules suits a two-way operation. First, it is an echo effect, which repeats these samples in time with tunable structure. Second, it is a networking device when a feedback loop injects in a feedback chain, which is a standard for all modern reverberators and delay modules.

“We as musicians use feedback differently – says Boosty, we try to imitate a sustainable effect of 1 bar echo. Try it? You will not find any device on the market, which stays in feedback forever – MDL12 can!”

When you feed the MDL12 device with Compositor Software feeders such as Compositor and stops transport in Ableton you hear the infinite feedback. The device is still functioning after the stop event and the whole effect of the program is this feedback loop. However, if you listen to a modem while playback you will find its futuristic sounds useful too. Its kinetic movements makes this an ideal kinetic sculpture of sound installation, when you hear to it in real-time. However, when you listen to the recorded material it’s useful to use the Compositor Software Recorder Max for Live device, which will be released soon.

AI-RT1024 in Ableton
Bessel beam for solving laser diffraction problem