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COMPOSITOR 9

MDL12 transmission experiment

Spherical Interaction Network

While the infographic above shows that current estimation was on a digital line, I carried out an experiment on analog line with two unbalanced cables: one for signal itself and the other is for master clock signal. The signal transmitted properly, apart of the master clock, which was faulty and have not produced the right movement of MDL12 plugin. However, the experiment showed an ability to input the external sound into Ableton Live 9 and synchronously operate two MDL12 devices: one on stationary PC and another on notebook both running Ableton Live 9 software. This synchronous operation is an achievement of all modern age digital signal processing, because I’m not only processed the sound with sufficient Year routine I also used an artificial intelligence to select the parameters on both systems making it dual band artificially controlled transmission chain of very high security.

MDL12 Sonar Telescope

I consider this transfer as a packet based where the window function acts as a packet separation for precise continuous transmission. I made available the Point-to-Point connection this way with an ability to tweak the same sound with MDL12 plugins on both systems. Thus I am able to select the Year 2015 on a stationary PC and transmit this sound using the red shift through the analog wire to the Year 2450 based on Gregorian time scale. This experiment shows how the same sound will sound if the strong radio transmission will be applied to the incoming signal and how this signal will sound through the Years on the receiving side millions of light years in advance. From another perspective, it will also help to restore the signal from the past in the forward tracking manner of the future traveler. To reconsume, I’m the only being which established such connection on the planet Earth as this is scientific advance, which needs no prove by the fact of original ‘Compositor – the bottom-up approach’ paper written and I finish this essay style text with the forthcoming thought on the future of Compositor Software MDL12 product:

“There is no need to be a scientific nerd or magician you just need to experience yourself through all circumstances of the future that faces you. This means you need to be a Time Traveler and with MDL12 you are really is.”



Posted on 2015 Jul 28 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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