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Video Music Created by Kevin Christopher Moore

Alpha Continuum

Alpha Continuum was created entirely synthetically; no samples of real musical instruments were used. The tuning is a Just, Limit-7 scale, that slowly modulates from one reference pitch to another throughout the piece, an idea gleaned from Ben Johnston's descriptions of his String Quartets #5 and #6 in his book Maximum Clarity.

Kevin Christopher Moore

March 15, 2021


A canon on Good King Wenceslas, inspired by a comment of Douglas R. Hofstadter in the Introduction to Godel, Escher, Bach, but this canon does not follow Hofstadter's prescribed formula.

All sounds are entirely synthetic. Rendered in Standard Just Intonation.

The cover image is by Brothers Dalziel (1879). The video images are from Good King Wenceslas Illustrated (1904).

The melody of Good King Wenceslas originated in Finland in the 16th Century.

Kevin Christopher Moore

December 24, 2020


Fifteen minutes of ambient percussion.

All drum sounds created with jFugue 5.0, using Netbeans 8.2. Mixed with Audacity!

Images are paintings by Camille Pissaro, obtained from Wikiart.org.

Kevin Christopher Moore

December 1, 2020

Moody Ghost

Video Music for Halloween!

The music of Moody Ghost was created entirely from free samples downloaded from Music Radar. Mixed with Audacity!

The video frames were constructed in Java, in the Netbeans IDE, with a great deal of reliance on batch-mode Irfanview. The video itself was built with ffmpeg and the x264 codec.

The rolling eyeballs and the "nose" were made with jMonkeyEngine. The lips were made in python with matplotlib. The "teeth" were made with jTransform.

Kevin Christopher Moore

May 27, 2020

Fat Shuffle

Fat Shuffle was created in 2019 using jFugue.

Kevin Christopher Moore

May 13, 2020

I Scream!

I Scream is extreme Death Metal, look and listen at your own risk.

Some video clips taken from Manos: The Hands of Fate

Kevin Christopher Moore

April 29, 2020


Noodle was played on a Casio keyboard, recorded in March 2017.

The video is from a NASA RS-25 engine test (for SLS) at Stennis Space Center in February 2017.

Kevin Christopher Moore

April 15, 2020

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April 1, 2020

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