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By ruslany

Compositor 4 Extension 1 Beta Bounces Press Release

There are 12 beta bounces in Compositor 4 Extension 1 packet, which cut on masters in WAVE 22.05 kHz 24-bit format for subsequent pressing on vinyl or writing to a tape. Beta Bounces, as the name implies, are not a final series of Compositor 4 extensions. The HB – High Bounces and AB – Alpha Bounces will be released also. The device profiles database is updated with Beta Bounces under BB prefix. There are 43 radio loops in the set, which add device profiles of different purposes to Compositor 4. To check if they suit the ether you can load the presets from four banks, which delivered in Beta Bounces set, and press the Ether button after calling the preset. Radio loops create an ether, and Compositor 4 builds them to the point, when they are recognizable as devices in the ether to which this ether is attributed, but is not the original broadcast from which the loop is recorded. Radio loops may be used not only for broadcast design in film industry, the semantics of radio loops language ideally suits for chemical composition. For example, radio loops may be viewed as the link chains created in the places, where these sounds connect. The simultaneously played sounds depict the valence of link and the transitions between the sounds are the number of these links. For example, three step melody, where the first step starts on the three notes chord may depict the three valence link in the beginning and two one valence links going afterwards. Radio loops are suitable for the cyclic compounds, such as octane links. It brings Compositor 4 in a row with devices for compositing materials. In such case, master cuts suitable for ether mixtures, which are subsequently fixed and become concrete materials.

By ruslany

Compositor Sessions – Session 089

Compositor Software presents Compositor v3 sessions. In the current session you can hear the recording of Compositor v3 Machaon ether. The RT-z8 ether aggregation is used and SASER CS16RT5 (RT-z8-e) for Ethernet modification. Current recording contains VLF ether from 16-07-2017 starting from 18-30 to 19-30 (MSK GMT+3). The recording is cleared using denoiser with noise profile learning. Recording is uploaded in .mp3 format to Mixcloud.com server.

Two signal generators (AI-RT1024 and TC25) are used to achieve time-space folding and conducting a long ether at the same time. Both feeders are linked to RT-z8 arranger, which chooses loop-chain selection of VLF waves by signal constellations injection on the generators working frequency.

By ruslany

Compositor Software RT-z8 – the BMW Z8 in a world of audio clock generators

Compositor Software recently adopted the 16k technology. It was in the work for a few weeks and now I would like to present to you a breakthrough in a world of audio generators. From now on, the 16k patterns are available in Compositor Software RT-z8 Ethernet Aggregator device.
First, it is musical. Second, brilliant patterns switched by a continuous mix in real time are a perfect solution for later developments.

From Wikipedia:

In mathematics and signal processing, the Z-transform converts a discrete-time signal, which is a sequence of real or complex numbers, into a complex frequency domain representation.

Compositor Software RT-z8 uses complex transform at the early stages of the code right before the actual processing begins. Starting from RTC developments it brings the same network aggregation without an IP protocol. No need to plug any cables. RT-z8 processing starts immediately right after the load of the device. Compositor Software RT-z8 avoids Time Collisions by more efficient memory usage. RT stands for Real-Time. Complex processing transforms your actual PC in the cloaking generator device with the use of a single-click performance.

By ruslany

Ether decomposition using Morse code method

Ether received via MDL12 Max for Live modem is a property of its original sender. However, I developed a method of Ether decomposition using the AVOX Max for Live resynthesizer. The pass band of AVOX is capable of SLF translations suitable for submarine communications. Thus turning back to an original intent of merging both Sonar and Radar technics together and working on a signal level, MDL12 Max for Live and SASER Max for Live is a solution to induce such communication.

While it is an extremely tough task to decompose the Ether received with SASER Max for Live, I set up a server running special edition of SASER software. It is fully autonomous and registers signalizations in a special binary file. Later I use these signalizations to travel back and forth in time using SASER Max for Live as a feeder for MDL12 Max for Live modem.

Here I present several recorded signalizations out of MDL12 Max for Live modem, which are manually decomposed using Morse code method.

In the first file I decompose Ether from bottom to top, lower pinging comes first and then middle rhythmic bar.

For example, File 1 has a code pinging inherited by me as:

Lows: ..- (U)

Mids: (S)

Giving me a consolidated marking as “US” at the end of file decomposition. A trained operator can decompose such Ether feedbacks in real-time by using MDL12 Max for Live modem relatively quick.

File 2 is for Russian marking and is somewhat more difficult as it uses beats instead of vertically placed Morse code ping bars. File 2 is an example of such Ether and consists of following codes:

Beat 1: .-. (R)

Beat 2: ..- (U)

This gives marking as “RU” at the end of decomposition.

I admit that the first file is not resynthesized original Ether and the second one is resynthesized clean version of original translation.

Another example of Russian marking also uses vertical bars as in US example, however the labeling starts from top to bottom:

Mids: .-. (R)

Lows: ..- (U)

It is you who decide if such Radar-Sonar system efficient or not, but taking in account that SASER is completely real-time system and acts on a signal level rather than radio frequencies the task of identification the potential threat is a subject of 5 ms to detect the threat and up to 30 sec to receive feedback from it to identify whether it is friend or not by using SASER as a feeder for MDL12 modem.