Frédéric Motte - Demoscene

Demoscene

He made his first steps in the demoscene using "Moby" as moniker in 1988 by joining the Amiga demogroup Impact Inc. as a musician. Later, he joined other groups like Dragons, Alcatraz, Dreamdealers, and finally Sanity, for which he composed the soundtrack of one of the top rated amiga demo ever : Arte. In 1994, he founded with demoscene graphic artist Olivier "Ra" Bechard the PC demo group NoooN.

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