Memorable people
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Memorable people

We used to have a so called "Inactive Memberlist" some time ago. Everyone on this "Inactive Memberlist" was able to re-enter NUANCE the easy way: Just do a new release and you're in again!

This is not the case anymore...but it's much more easy to "re-enter" the group if you have been a member already.

The following members are not part of NUANCE anymore, but are in good memory and their work for NUANCE is highly remembered and appreciated:

Addie [graphician, Germany]: C64 graphics artist and queen of retro stuff. She decided to concentrate on other things atm.
Axiom [Coder, Australia]: Coder of most Can't-Stop-40k-Effects.
big-rat [Editor, Germany]: He was the main-editor of the X-Files for more than 20 issues.
deepblur [coder, Germany]: The mastercoder that did our first linux-demo!
Cynic [coder, UK]: One of our ex. UK coding wizards.
Cub3 [Coder, Austria]: Coder on Amiga and PC

E-Liza [graphician, Holland]: Our favourite female graphician from good old Holland.
ElectricKeet [Musician, USA]: Talented female US sound composer. Inactive at the moment.
Evrimsson [musician, Germany]: Our bookwriting (together with MerlinM!) musical wizard. Busy at the moment but surely will come back.
Fireball [graphician, coder, Germany]: Once one of our heroes of graphics, now learning to code.
Frenchy / FMD'93 [musician, Germany]: One of the founding members and the musical hero of some of our first productions.
Grace [Coder, Germany]: Responsible for the famous X-Files-Intro and parts of the Can't-Stop-40k-Intro.
hostmonsta [Javacoder, Germany]: Tried to ressurrect the Trilobyte-Chipdisc!
Iceboyle [Coder, Germany]: Did some nice stuff back in the old days.
Jackal [Coder,Germany]: Coded the famous "Subtle Shades"-Trackmo together with Kill'o'Byte.
Jayne [2D artist, Switzerland]: Great 2d artist. At the moment inactive.
Kill'o'Byte [Coder, Germany]: Coded the famous "Subtle Shades"-Trackmo together with Jackal. He's also responsible for most of the old Amiga-demos and -intros.
Logix [3D-Artist, Germany]: Another Master of Raytracing.
Malik Trey [Musician, Germany]: The man behind some nice soundtracks of our PC demos.
Maxster: One of our modelling wizards.
MerlinM! [Musician, Germany]: Did the music for several intros and is the other half of the author-team of the famous "Hackerland" and "Hackertales" Books.
Michael [Musician, UK]: One of our ex.UK sound wizards.
Naitandu [Coder, Germany]: Did the first PC musicdisc and some more works on the original engine.
Odin [Graphician, Germany]: A very good graphician that also did some titlepictures for the famous X-Files.
Pista [3D graphics, Serbia]: Master of X, Y and Z.
r.a.y [Coder, Germany]: One of our Amiga-Code-Wizards.
Rayzn [Coder, Croatia]: The coder of the famous first meatro!
Shaken [Coder, Germany]: Coded two issues of "The German Charts" back in the old days.
Simon [Coder, UK]: One of our ex. UK coding wizards
SPI [Musician, UK]: ex.UK sound hero.
Sniper [Coder, Germany]: Another Amiga-Code-Guru that did several blasting demos for NUANCE.
Spidy360 [3D artist, Germany]: Did ome fine stuff for NUANCE.
Stephen [Coder, USA]: The coding master on NintendoDS and NintendoWii. Inactive at the moment.
Stylez [Coder, Germany]: Our Xbox codemaster.

Sunny [Editress, Germany]: The famous german editrice.
Switch [Coder, Sweden]: He did the TP7-40k-Intro called "Project N". He is formerly known as HBE.
Trifox [Coder, Germany]: The fractal god!

tetsuomaki [Coder, UK]: Our GBA code wizard.
Xiny6581 [Musician, Germany]: C64 sound wizard.

Thanks for the good work all of you have done for the NUANCE demoscene family.