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.
New palette in Compositor Software SASER CS16RT5 achieved by setting Ableton Live 9 tempo to maximum available 999 bpm. At this tempo analog pulse signal repeated with the speed, which reminds dialing a number in analog telephone line. In this video you can watch what tunings were made in SASER CS16RT5 to achieve tonal and analog dialing at the same time.
Due to SASER CS16RT5 you can add an authentic sounds of virtual connection line to your production. This instrument gives an opportunity to imitate analog and tonal dialing at the same time for translating the composite signal in and out of Ether.
While being on a high production curve mastering Compositor v3 Hypervisor and Machaon software a new field test produced for the SASER SAS24P3L software, which is mainly responsible for VLF Morse code translations.
In this video you can see the translation of SASER SAS24P3L ver. 1.1.3 output by CW Decoder software. CW Decoder not only detects all bands of SASER SAS24P3L output it can jump from one band to another composing a full message. Now you can see that audible results of a cycling loop do not limit translation possibilities of SASER SAS24P3L. Full long translations can be detected at the SASER output by CW Decoder software and analogous software of different providers. It means that detector is much more sensitive than human ears and what is considered a looped recording is really a multi-band long real-time translation.
Perhaps, I couldn’t imagine the use of SASER SAS24P3L without CW Decoder software from now on mostly because CW Decoder is a free software and SASER is paid one.
The latest addition to SASER v1.1.3 was an extended bandwidth of virtual ether spanning up to 250 parsec long with 5000 omega as an upper limit. SASER standalone and Max for Live can grasp only a cycle of the extended translation, which is enough to record techno track loop for example. In contrast, long techno tracks in extended range can be synthesized using ether regeneration network of SASER module inside of Compositor v3 rack. The magic begins when beacon retranslation modulates the received translation of SASER regenerator. At this moment, the track is received. It sounds like real-time synthezation of sound grains or better to call them sound molecules. You can upscale or downscale a track using internal SASER particle accelerator. In the recording you can definitely hear the particles forming the rhythmic or modulation pattern with internal characteristics of the recording like piano or chord music. The congruence effect achieved in a timely manner when this music plays over a full band translation.
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.
Here is a demo of Compositor v3 Long Endurance System in a session with professional VLF systems. THIS IS A REAL WORLD EXAMPLE! Ton of technics used to suspend Compositor translation in full-duplex two-way radio system.
First, I thought they are joking; to fight Compositor is a tough task. It almost impossible to shut down due to RTC8k radioprotection features. However, the Compositor v3 regeneration suffered from unauthorized dimmers on that channel. In a translation, you can hear how SASER produces a long-query translation to this sources and how they respond with Morse on that channel.
Second, two feeders were used on an auxiliary channel of SASER. Auxiliary channel available only in Compositor v3 Hypervisor Radio Shack and not in standalone or Max for Live version of SASER. In the recording, you can hear how AI-RT1024 and TC25 generators feed the regenerator to receive long and pure ether from different sources. Up to three sources on the same channel communicates to each other with different LFO and Morse signal translators. The central place belongs to the SASER, which can produce a diversity of patterns.
TC25 is a huge phase rotator, which can potentially brake the incoming signal regenerators. AI-RT1024 from the other side can initiate stable translation in SLF band. Channel protection mechanisms were used in a LINK session. It is hard to predict the chain of feeder tunings, because main tuning comes from RTC8k holographic radar. It rotates the tunings of the feeders in according to the threat source, searching for a better trajectory of signal translation.
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.
SASER SAS24P3L Max for Live ver. 1.1.3 released. Convenience of the new version of SASER SAS24P3L Max for Live device for Ableton Live 9 lies in having the Ether switch (earlier Damping). It allows turning the regenerative chain right after this switch activation. It also allows connecting to VLF Ether using the regenerative transmitter made after Armstrong regenerator. Steady synthesis allows SASER SAS24P3L ver. 1.1.3 Max for Live device conduct uninterruptable translations in VLF band, and to use this information as rhythmic loops for electronic music. 8K tables increased the synthesizer spectrum above the radio navigation system Alpha beacons signal, which were available in previous versions of SASER SAS24P3L. It allowed turning the carriers of other stations situated in this band. The effectiveness of the code raised on 10% by excluding resource-consuming tasks not affecting the quality of the sound.
Ministry of Telecom and Mass Communications of the Russian Federation software register filled with the first software made entirely on Max/MSP – SASER SAS24P3L. It is complex software for deterministic navigation systems and Ethernet security, which can not only receive signal from 84-parsec distance, but also send telegraph messages. It is a first step on the way to transmitting on very high distances in VLF spectrum without antenna and mast constructions.
SASER SAS24P3L software written with the use of a several program languages inside the Cycling ’74 Max/MSP software. First, it is Jitter, which is used for radio telescope display, translating phase distortions of the received signal. Second, it is Gen~ (real-time DSP library, which is used for radio telescope core). Finally, Max/MSP for routine objects and DAC. In addition, the Max for Live framework is used for menus and interface. These elements are components of the Max/MSP programming language, which was develop by Miller Puckette at IRCAM and extended by Cycling ’74 company. The entire software written in Russia and is a copyright property of Ruslan Yusipov, which made it possible to include it in the register. All blocks, which is used by the author conform the GOST 28397-89 standard and defined as the programming language for computer.