Ruslan Yusipov algorithmic composition and performance
Compositor 4 is already in the shop!
The 4th version of Compositor software is already in the company shop. You may visit a special page dedicated to this product where you can be acquainted with new functions and compare software versions. You may also visit a page of a broad exploitation instruction for Compositor Software devices including Compositor 4. You may find the complete method of work with Compositor Software instruments in this documentation.
Here is the list of Compositor 4 (standalone version) new features:
Buffer switch up to 262144 samples
Native 64-bit support for Max for Live platform
Master bus tube
Radio loops library
You can buy Compositor 4 now for the price of €45 for Max for Live version and €294 for Standalone version of software. Visit our shop to chose feeders for Max for Live version. If you would like to buy the whole package of Compositor Software instruments look into bundle options.
Technology and people are ready for a great leap in the music industry to refuse from hard work producing and performing electronic dance music.
The algorithmic composition instrument Compositor made available the opportunity to enhance a new way of living,
where most of the work done automatically, not by a human being. The artificial intelligence of Compositor software made available the highest standard
in techno music generation. You can turn the Auto on button on and store rhythmic and tonal structures on the fly using the available snapshots.
The whole idea of algorithmic performance came to us with the beliefs that humanity must be free from hard work process.
Now the only need is to control parameters of real-time performance such as effects and rhythmic instrument occurrences.
Compositor version 2 one-window layout.
Compositor version 2 visual system.
Compositor v2 key features:
One-window layout visual appearance
One-dial performance parameters operation
Time prediction of stochastic parameter changes
Fully automated real-time synthesis of sequence structures