On 18 May, 2018 I released 6 extensions of Compositor Library. The following loops released for purchase: AB, BD, CG, RY, SR, SC. AB (Alpha Bounces) is a final library in the preparation set for Hypervisor v7. It consists of 136 loops. This set of 4 libraries consists also of MB (Mesh Bounces), BB (Beta Bounces), HB (High Bounces), which were released earlier. They are included in the package, which goes with Compositor v6 and Compositor v7. It allows entering the radio ether without the external antenna usage. You can use this set without Compositor internal generators and route only these loops into auxiliary channel, using the decks, which Compositor v4, v6, v7 have. Alpha Bounces is a final test before RAD24 (ODU – outdoor unit) release. These feedbacks of non-duplex modem were taken before introducing the polynomial on the output cascade of Compositor algorithm. The next loops were produced to test non-linear processing on the output cascade. They address the protective abilities of the system before and in a moment of wavetables application. Such loops are: 1) BD (Bass Drum), where the non-duplex modem feeded by material with a synthetic kick drum; 2) CG (Creations Glory); 3) RY (Ruslan Yusipov Loops); 4) SR (Sample Rate Loops); 5) SC (Silent Creek). All loops performed as the emission bounded by Royalty project. The main task, when the BD Loops were recorded, was to receive feedbacks with RAD24 server working. RAD24 algorithm successfully sustained these loops feeding and I decided to extend the peering network to 96 points and produced the RAD96 server. Bounded by this server feedbacks the RY (64 loops), CG (155 loops), SR (47 loops) and SC (209 loops) were produced. RAD96 algorithm successfully coped with these emissions. After these feeding sessions, I decided to produce Hypervisor v9. Starting from version 9 of my software, the Library will be supplied as a separate purchase. You can buy the Library in parts, orienting by loops production history, which I will post in this blog.