Compositor v3.0.1 is a major update, which fixes several bugs of Windows x64 version and first appearing in a Mac world of 3d installment of Compositor Software. Now you can run Compositor v3.0.1 natively on a Mac machine and use ReWire to sync to Ableton Live 9. Both versions are identical and give same results on PC and Mac systems.
With Compositor v3 Hypervisor Radio Shack, named after the platform for running virtual machines inside one matrix, you have modular structure so be sure to choose the feeders you need to suit your style of translations. You can choose FF8 signal-rate quantized module for electric field sounds with LFO structure reminding a sound of copter drone engines. Smooth exponential TC25 for LFO like modulated granular synthesis. AI-RT1024 quantized real-time generator aimed to fill a niche of Compositor Pro 2 style and sound. N9000 exponential structure feeder for Compositor Max for Live like sounds. All feeders have the auto mode for completely autonomous simulations and one-dial parameter operation of patterns and algorithm tuning. It was made on a purpose for faster pattern selection of feeding generators in a live ensemble situation.
You can also use all four feeders in the link mode to main RTC8k radar setting. This way feeder pattern will always follow current RTC8k radar setting for the initiated translation. Now you also have the visual feedback for RTC8k server signalizations. I named them in simple chat statuses style to be in touch with current automatic tuning of an algorithm. You can view their statistics and graphic curve of statuses appearance by pressing setup button for RTC8k radar. The main idea is to understand the generators disturbance behavior. If you experience dropouts in playback and other artifacts, check visual display of RTC8k for statuses like Threat, Call, Arouse and Envy, which are measured on a signalization average level.
Overall, all these great features aid your interaction with an instrument and help to visualize audience reactions on a translation you run with Compositor v3 software.
Today, Compositor Software announces the Compositor v3 Hypervisor Radio Shack based on free-float generator technology. Three years in the work and finally consists of six modules such as RTC8k, SASER, AI-RT1024, FF8, N9000, TC25 for VLF radio translations.
Compositor v3 Hypervisor Radio Shack
While it was a general task to make the audio-translation chain as long-as-possible Compositor Software found a solution to use SASER channel feeded by RTC8k chain feeder values. Now, instead of using an internal SASER scanner one can use the LINK function of Compositor v3 Hypervisor Radio Shack rack, which hardwires AI-RT1024, FF8, N9000, TC25 tuning to the current RTC8k radar scanner value, which produces ultra-stable and ultra-long results making it a long endurance system for SLF, ULF and VLF radio communications.
If you are proceeding to own the whole rack, you must obtain licenses for SASER, AI-RT1024, FF8, N9000 and TC25 separately from the Compositor Software Web Shop. In original package for Compositor v3 Hypervisor Radio Shack you get RTC8k license and rack with demo versions of all instruments. This way you can try them and decide what you need for original translations. These instruments are not only suitable to evoke constant radio ether they also suits for radio security. For example, FF8 generator is a quantized signal-rate generator, which quantizes radio translations and can potentially occupy the whole band with rattling patterns.
Besides the tuning, you have smart prediction system based on a block-chain with probability distribution density functions. This helps to establish the connection to transmitting source and magnify the signal using the waveguide normalizers. In Compositor v3 Hypervisor Radio Shack you got visual feedback displays for AI-RT1024, RTC8k and SASER instruments. They help to determine the direction signal source is coming from and to learn the signal by its phase values. In addition, AI-RT1024 display shows how many network dots receiving this signal in the current moment of time suitable for real-time tasks such as navigation.
During the perfection and in attempt to create more stable technology Compositor Software arranged its modules in the Radio Shack structure. By means of virtual machines, the Ableton Live 9 or MaxMSP suits as a platform for hosting micro-kernel machines such as AI-RT1024, FF8, N9000 and TC25. These machines feeds SASER channel with an approximation curve inherited from an RTC8k chain. This way you can potentially receive completely stochastic translations out of VLF band.
While an ability to generate feedback is not a surprising event for a real modem device Compositor Software MDL12 Max for Live modem can also generate feedbacks after successfully applying feeder chains to its input. The Compositor Software products considered feeders are mainly Compositor Max for Live, FF8 Max for Live, AI-RT1024 Max for Live, TC25 Max for Live and N9000 Max for Live. During a VLF conversion, most of the systems reported accidental dropouts, which led to security threats in their work. The most critical issues solved in version 5 Compositor device called SASER Max for Live. This feeder device submitted to an input of MDL12 modem produces the most significant event because it uses the stimuli from the 648 node network and can potentially be used as a server software capturing the signalization events in real-time. Such events can be tracked further manually in event of a threat or excessive warning signal. Reproducing the stimuli, the server captured by a means of artificially controlled algorithm is a task of several adjustments on a SASER Max for Live device, because the client, which sends the potential warning, is usually on the same Year, but changes its Constellation and Month given.
I successfully captured several most prominent feedbacks after receiving such threats and warnings as audio files, which has a strong mental impact while submitting a periodical loop of this feedback via loop playing machine. Such loops not only induce a trance state for at least of 10 hours, they create motivation even music piece cannot produce on a human being. Their strong impact led me to a conclusion that the file recorded was a VLF Ether, which I was able to capture after feeder chains experiments stated earlier. Not only most feeders obsolete after creation of SASER Max for Live, they suited its creation in a way original production was possible.
SASER Max for Live is a fifth version of Compositor Software Gen~ device and is already hooked up to a feedback network producing the stimuli for the listener. The difference is however, in that SASER Max for Live captures an existent Ether in real-time using the internal chain of resynthesis. To hear the original Ether the MDL12 modem is needed, which can be a raw and dirty suggesting the bubbling structure of Ether as a liquid Materia. The AVOX Max for Live resynthesis device is further used to clean the Ether out of unwanted sounds and leaving only harmonic beats in a lower spectrum field. No antenna or hook up to Ethernet needed to capture the VLF Ether as submitted material comes from the fractal antenna inside the software starting from version 5 of Compositor Software devices.