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by ruslany

Here is a Time Machine x64 output recorded on 10.03.2014. It represents two stochastic changes taken from a full chain with subsequent stochastic errors, which create an effect I call Time Collision. It is characterized by a slow playback speed regularly called a time stretching effect. It considerably achieved by a granulation of an algorithm and can be a cause for a chain like loop. Yet, the code was compiled error-free and this why I think this error may have an attribution to the way an intel processor architecture runs Time Machine x64 algorithm. I do not imply that selecting a run speed is an effect of processor architecture rather than DSP resources are not sufficient to compute or it runs out of system memory. Yet, I predict that the effect will be abscent if the selection of multiplier will be quantized such as in Compositor Pro. Quantization is a source to prevent arbitrary changes in algorithm and can be stored as a system memory snapshots.

The recording was made on a system settings specified below:


Intel Core i5 2450m 2.5 ghz

Audio card:

Realtek ALC269


4GB ram

About ruslany
Ruslan Yusipov is the artist and entrepreneur with his own vision of music software industry. Ruslan’s passion to new explorations in sound gives plethora of results in MaxMSP programming. He brings the home to Compositor Software Data Solutions, implementing the software for controlling any PC or Mac system. This software not only tunes your computer, it evolves sounds out of it, actively scanning the ether, which your system is connected to. One of the achievements of Ruslan Yusipov as software developer is MDL12 brain convolution technology, which stands behind mostly all Compositor products. It helps to emanate sounds literary out of your head, bringing your ideas into music immediately.