Andras Molnar

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Andras Molnar
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Aliases Andrew Miller, Andreas Molnar
Website loudness.de

Andras Molnar is a programmer who worked freelance on games and sound drivers from 1989 to 1999.

He started out programming demos in the Commodore 64 scene in 1987, developed a music driver with help from groupmate and musician Markus Müller from 1988 to 1990 and sold it with an editor as Advanced Music Programmer V2.3 to CP Verlag for publication in November 1991.

For DOS, he developed a Sound Blaster routine and the Loudness Sound System, which enriched AdLib music with his C64 experience, including more flexible software vibratos, pitch bends for fatter drums, and echoes.

From 1995 to 1999, he ran the company Loudness Multimedia, which had its own jingle used in Fuzzy's World of Miniature Space Golf (DOS) (in VGMPF as Loudness) and Tyrian (DOS) (as The MusicMan).

By 1999, he had studied computer science and went on to deep learning. It is unclear if his first and last name are spelled with á, as is common in Hungarian, which he cites as his second language and German as his sole native one on Xing (a German LinkedIn). His own website and profiles spell both with a.

Gameography

Released Title Sample Notes
1991-09-?? Mechanicus (C64) Sound Driver
1992-0?-?? Locomotion (C64) Sound Driver
1995-??-?? Fuzzy's World of Miniature Space Golf (DOS) Sound Driver
1995-??-?? Tyrian (DOS)
Sound Driver, additional music

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