Ugly Beauties performing "New Tune" and "Strange Attractors" by Marilyn Lerner at New Music New College's Club Sudakoff at New College of Florida on Jan.
Strange Attractors by Ugly Beauties, released 02 February 2017 1. Strange Attractors 2. Blue Violins 3. What Now? 4. Fragments of a Dream 5. Poupée Mécanique 6. Open My Eyes 7. Sniffin' Around 8. Broken Glass 9. Jupiter/Tricycle 10. Holometabolous 11. Improv 1 (bonus track) 12. Improv 2 (bonus track) 13. Improv 3 (bonus track) 14. Improv 4 (bonus track) A long awaited follow-up to their debut CD Ugly Beauties (Ambiances Magnétiques), Strange Attractors further defines the sound of this maturing trio, a group of virtuosic soloists carving out a singular niche in the world of creative impro. Includes unlimited streaming via the free Bandcamp app, plus high-quality download in MP3, FLAC and more. Purchasable with gift card.
Strange Attractors" features ten tracks of original music - nine compositions by group members plus one free improvisation plus one free group improvisation (track 10). The tunes are at once like jazz-derived compositions, characterized by Marilyn Lerner's unique experimental harmonic sense, Matt Brubeck's facility with groove and arco splendor and Nick Fraser's musicality and ability to imply all of the above on his traps.
In celebration! Ugly Beauties 2nd CD, Strange Attractors CD launch and concert. And Malkah's 60th Birthday which she wants to celebrate making music! Dinner at 7, show at 9 .
Ugly Beauties - Strange Attractors (2017).
Strange Attractors" is the sixth episode of the fourth season of the NBC science fiction drama series Heroes and sixty-fifth episode overall. The episode aired on October 26, 2009. The scene opens with Matt Parkman making love to his wife Janice. Unbeknownst to Janice, however, Sylar is in control, which Matt realizes later. He is enraged, though Sylar says it's a warning. Matt tells Janice about his problem (without referring to Sylar by name), and urges her to leave with their baby
Strange attractors may also be found in the presence of noise, where they may be shown to support invariant random probability measures of Sinai–Ruelle–Bowen type. Examples of strange attractors include the double-scroll attractor, Hénon attractor, Rössler attractor, and the Lorenz attractor. Effect of parameters on the attractor
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Withouth going into too much detail: Strange attractors are a set of formulas that (usually) move a point around in 3D space. The resulting curve from that motion looks quite appealing and (when rendered properly) is a nice addition in your generative toolkit. As a reference for anything about strange attractors, this site comes in quite handy (it’s german but google translate does a fair job). Download Project File . ipnc).