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By ruslany

Compositor Software virtual servers

The Data Center inside a PC is available thanks to Compositor Software virtual machines. White noise attack registered at 7:25 and successfully rejected by RTC8k holographic radar.

You can watch how Compositor Software technology progressed in the current video. Starting with 4k holographic radar RTC4k Compositor Software system upgraded to RT-z128 becoming 64 times faster within two years. There is also a counter solution Compositor RT-zX, which can unlock all of the current Compositor Software autonomous systems. Hence, its use for the radar system detection. Music wise all that is above RT-z16 sounds like a digital modem with lower z values bringing the analog quality alarm sounds. You can find RTC8k inside Compositor v3 bundle. The unlocker for all z systems will be available inside Compositor RT-zX later this autumn. The ability to switch z values gives not only new sequences inside one instrument but also a possibility to switch platforms within one single mouse click without a need to wait minutes for standalone system loading.

Learn more about RTC8k, which is the part of Compositor v3 Hypervisor Radio Shack software at

By ruslany

Closed loop vs. Infinite loop

Here I would start a series of discussions on a topic of radio translation technics and their impact on the radio-electronic security. First, I would stress out the importance of the subject of comparing two modern technics to initiate radio communications, which are closed loop and infinite loop strategies.

Closed loop and infinite loop both have recreation in Compositor Software instruments such as MDL12 for infinite loop structure and RTC4k, RTC8k and RT-z8 for closed loop structure. The infinite loop stays for an infinite time translation and, as a Fourier series, implements the continuous time interval for non-harmonic analysis. Closed loop from the other hand may be a short type of translation like one bar Morse code message. Closed loop much more secure in its implementation. Infinite loop can be easily broken with radio-electronic security instruments. For example, one flyby of AVACS, navigating through the geographic parallel may completely shut down infinite loop radio translations on a territory of the whole country. The infinite loop can be broken partly or at whole, when both positive and negative frequencies does not work, and the only band, which remains in this situation, is a closed loop structure.

Using Compositor Pro v2 one can edit and reinstantiate the Ether on VLF band. First, you can apply Compositor Pro v2 to negative frequencies and then apply it to positive frequencies. Infinite loop communications are not secure and full-duplex modems must have a resynthesis module as Compositor Software instruments has. Not only resynthesis must happen to instantiate closed loop also the transport technics such as output channel detectors must be used. Both Compositor Pro v1 and v2 has closed loop structure on a C language level. This in fact gives much more stable results compared to later machines implemented on GenExpr C++ code. However proper implementation (such as RTC4k, RTC8k and RT-z8) of higher-level machines can be as stable as Pro versions. The most significant difference is that GenExpr machines are fully real-time compared to Pro versions, which have one bar bufferization.

By ruslany

Exalted is Compositor Software endorser

After three decades of growth as an artist, Ruslan Yusipov uses Exalted alias again for an album design for Compositor Software. Selections is a stochastic experiment of snapshots inside MaxMSP software. How snapshots influences our lives and how they stored on computer. Exalted puts it inside the two-channel AVOX decks inside Ableton Live 9 and mixes for reminiscent feeling of youth, aging and oldest. He remembers his life through connection to Compositor Max For Live device where he used an artist idea of the Time Machine from 1540 to 4000 years.

When you feed the AVOX device with Compositor Software feeders such as Compositor Pro 2 the interesting effect achieved. Someone sends a Morse code on the second deck such as a right channel and tries to sync to a feeder tempo. In addition, you can hear this at the right channel of Exalted – Selections album starting from the middle of the continuous mix, which was recorded using Compositor Software Max For Live recorder, which will not be released due to the amount of products functional pricelist has.

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.

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RTC4k – Mk. 25 Airborne Interception system

Airborne Interception system Mk. 25 by Compositor Software available at The system classification is a virtual holographic radar. The virtualization platform acts in S-band operation frequencies and can successfully detect air-to-air, air-to-ground targets without any electromagnetic wave emission coming from antenna operation. RTC4k AI system uses v12 engine virtualization with successful discretization of all 24 windows without open-circuity. An evident feature of RTC4k radar is silence for enemy radar detectors. No emission – no operation, however, it is not a case with RTC4k whereas detection occurs in Ethernet by successfully entering VLAN of aerial vehicle or UAV operation.

RTC4k system uses 64-bit waveguide detectors, which is sufficient to track a change of amplitude a butterfly can produce entering the field of operation. The spherical coordinate system holographic representation can achieve plan positioning with more than one million objects. RTC4k scanner successfully detects radio spectrum emission with 24-PSK and FDM, TDM technics. System application is near-field monitoring for close combat or early detection on large-scale distances.