The Compositor kernel goes past version 7 and becomes more stable and secure. The Compositor kernel version 7.1.6, developed under WS workgroup, adds a new contribution to the kernel concerning the master (central) channel matrix. The WS workgroup brings specialization of War Ships modeling. It returns back to an idea of piloting the multiplier in meters of altitude, making Compositor engine as a possible navigation system for flying rocks like Boeing C-17 Globemaster III or future perspectives like Yamato Space Battleship 2199. The deterministic navigation system of Compositor is fully transparent and can be viewed in different scales of magnitude. That’s why it is a possible solution for vertical take-off star ships, which can cruise on systems with different circumference and sea mile values. Just switch your system z value and you can use this system to navigate in this object atmosphere.
Master (central) channel splitter is an important addition to the kernel, which addresses its constant on-line status with high-end security. Not only RT-z128 design improved a lot, a myriad of new possibilities open for Compositor audio engine. With the addition of central splitter on master channel, the foe synthesizer leakage shut down, lowering the number of audio spikes in the RT-z128 feedback chain. More secure connection can be achieved on lower z values. The later implementations should also avoid leakage of carrier signals of first and third channels. It is a work to improve master channel matrix, making it more defensive for incoming threats.