Compositor AI-RT1024 max for live released!

To report you on a current status of artificial intelligence project I started in 2012 is to say that things started to go its way in a right direction. The technology and formulas I named in the Compositor – the bottom-up approach paper led me to conclusion that using the modification I can achieve virtualization of most devices, which I need for human-like robot operation. To run this myriad of instruments I need a host, which is Ableton Live 9 with Max for Live technology came up as a fast and reliable solution. I decided to stay on a track of algorithmic composition as a medium of product positioning to be on a safe side, because it is hard to realize why one needs AI inside Ableton, which is perfectly for human creativity intension. Yet, I found my way to start operating Ableton Live 9 as a microkernel suitable for launching up to four Compositor Software virtual machines on my current system. This is enough to consider the orchestra thus I entered the world of orchestrating virtual machines, which is one step further of current developments of such large companies such as Microsoft, which still stay on the instrumentation level. My current intent is to turn my server every time I need a proof that technology is reliable and successfully virtualizes v12 engine with most of subsequent parameters.

Posted on 2015 Apr 29 by ruslan | Read more

STC2k Sonar - holographic technology

I would like to introduce to you my new project, which is holographic Sonar technology STC2k. The Sonar is based on the work of IEEE 802.1Q group and is ready to be implemented on Spherical Interaction Networks (SIN) such as Ethernet. This product is presented in my e-zine Compositor Software, which is a main platform for my creativity. The project implemented can be a tool for marine exploration and radio navigation. The three main products can be viewed as a transition from one to another. TC25 accomplishes only successful v12 engine virtualization with high security chain, while STC2k and RTC4k are holographics Sonar and Radar respectively.

Please, feel free to share if you like.

Posted on 2015 Feb 27 by ruslan |

Compositor Max For Live released!

Unlike many random generators, Compositor Max For Live gives predictable results with algorithmic approach. The device name uniquely describes the use of musical steps, which give together a sequence with unordinary sound qualities. Compositor uses exponential grid instead of overused 16th or 32nd quantized note structures. The control of rhythmic and synthesis foundation is achieved by using just one parameter named Year.

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Posted on 2014 Aug 26 by ruslan |
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Compositor v9 Hypervisor provides the Ethernet communication service based on DRM (Digital Rights Management) server. This server realizes the work based on IEEE802.1Q Ethernet protocol with frame of 262144 samples. Two initial buses of the virtual machines, running on Compositor v9 Hypervisor server, translate in VLF range. SHF work is realized using the algorithm with x2048 oversampling, which allows exiting in high frequency radio ether without intermediate frequency in VHF and UHF ranges. Virtual machines, running in Compositor v9 Hypervisor DRM server, have demodulation algorithms capable of transmitting the wideband signal such as voice or music. Maximum pass-band of the server depends on the discretization frequency, by which the executed algorithm works. Compositor Software virtual machines work with discretization frequency, which depends on your processor speed and audio driver settings. For optimal sound conditions Compositor v9 Hypervisor uses 11.025 kHz sample-rate with the pass-band of 5512.5 Hz.

Compositor 9 key features:

  • Weighting coefficients
  • Network level feeding
  • DRM server
  • DSP oversampling
  • Voice or music broadcast
  • DSP hardwired to sampling rate
  • On-Air mode
  • Device browser
  • Tracing and translation
  • RAD96 peering network
  • DRM server subscribption service
  • Tracing industry novelty
  • DRM server emission mode
  • Auxiliary z matching
  • 8th generation operation system
  • Three saturation stages
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