Handle: falksen
Real Name: Falk Johnke
Country: Germany
Function: 3D, Video,
Website: www.falk-johnke.de


Member since 2009. Visited two Breakpoint partys with kewl entries, Membrain! (winning wilddemo of BP2010) for example!

Handle: Akira
Real Name:
Birthdate: Februar 1979
Country: Argentina
Function: Musician, Graphician, video artist
Homepage: kikencorp

Demoscene/ Discography:
I was part of the demoscene in my country, many eons ago, but I always wanted to join an european group, because of increased actvity.
I am from far away: Buenos Aires, Argentina! Making computer stuff that moves and makes noises since 1990.

Handle: noemis
Real Name: Simeon Conzendorf
Country: Germany
Function: 3D, Video, Admin,
Website: www.noemis.de


Member since 2009. Visited two Breakpoint partys with kewl entries, Membrain! (winning wilddemo of BP2010) for example!

Handle: Raztaman
Real Name: Timo Laulajainen
Birthdate: 21.7.1976
Country: Finland
Function: Musician
Homepage: raztas website

Discography: See my website for a whole discography. Take a look at mOOdS pLAtEAU website for the latest.

Equipment: A1200, PC, Guitar, Novation Nova, Groovebox mc303, Quasimidi rave-o-lution 309, kawai keyboard, midikeyboard…

Profile: Old dirty rasta from the 90′s Amigascene. Moving on to sum live shit….

Handle: Lax-O-Mat (Members Yakumo & Keimling)
Real Names: Erik Pritscha & Uwe Spring
Birthdate: 10.04.1983 & 26.05.1977
Country: Germany
Function: Musicians
Homepage: www.lax-o-mat.de

Discography: in 2004 Keimling (roots: good old tracking times)
and Yakumo (oldschool-electro-scene) met and discovered their common ground. While chilling in the evening, they produced their first track. During this, they aware their complement. Keimling is the man for melodies and structures, and Yakumos strength is doing beats, sounds and tinkering parts.

If something works so good one should keep it going – and thats what led to founding Lax-O-Mat.

Short time later they have a studio and regular projects together. Because of their different roots they do a genre mix, insisting of dancehall-riddims, elektro, techno, drum&bass and industrial.

Equipment: PowerMac G5 Dual -> Logic, Macbook Pro -> Logic, djay, audacity, Soundcraft Spirit Studio LC (Mixer), Novation Remote 25 LE (Controller), Novation BassStation (Synth & Controller), Novation DrumStation, Roland TR 626, Hercules 16/12 FW (Soundcard), Behringer BCR 2000 (Controller)

Handle: Ghandy
Real Name: Lars Sobiraj
Birthdate: 11.05.1966
Country: Germany
Function: Trader, Editor
Homepage: diskmag.de

Profile: Since 1993 I published articles in various diskmags, suchas The Charts, The Jungle, Oepir Risti, Showtime, The Scene Press and last but not least in our own mag, in Jurassic Pack.

Since 2000 I’m maintaining the scene portal Diskmag.de together with zito. In 1998 & 99 I made my only attempts as party organizer with two editions of the Cologne Conference. Speaking about the dark side of the moon, I’ve been modemtrader, trader & organizer.

Equipment: Amiga4000 with an 68060, Picasso and Ethernet, a fucking PC as well. An N64 with a docV64 in case kids visit us.

Other Groups: Scarab, Vantage

Handle: elapse
Real Name: Frank Siegel
Birthdate: 23.04.1981
Country: Germany
Function: Musician
Homepage: www.elapse.de

Discography: The first steps in 1994 on A500. (After gaming and gaming and gaming …) Several tracks on HUMA audiotapes (MCs) (HUMA = Hullabaloo Machinery) bigger productions were enabled. Some tracks on a lot of HUMA audio CDs (this place, third dimension …). After mOOdS was born I have done tracked music with AmigA on octaMED for mOOdS, later some mp3s (tracked with octaMED, mastering with PC (the miggy was to slow).

2001 build up together with friends UNiCC (UNI CAMPUS CHEMNITZ), an study radio station at TU-Chemnitz (www.radio-unicc.de). Since this time I have an radio show called “DEELAY” together with dael on Radio UNiCC. From then on I had less time for mOOdS.

I visited my first DEMO-PARTY ever (M&S 2001 with one tracked music entry). 2002 I am really lazy in scenish things but I had two entries at M&S 2002 (a short jingle and one mp3 done on AMIGA) and a few mOOdS releases. 2003 more studiing, more radio, less mOOds (but there was a Breakpoint-entry) at press date, I work on my own EP called “friday”, collaborate in freetime with UNiCC Radio (video presentations, audio stuff, jingles, audio ads … blabla).

Equipment: A1230 (desktop) with delfina lite -> (thx to zito and d!RT!E ;) ), a more or less big samplebase, a PC with renoise installed.

Profile: My first tracking steps on A500, protracker, later star-tracker… handle: snowman …. pppuuuhhaaa!

Other Groups: Thonk Bros., UNiCC (non-scenish), dAUb gfx (more or less non-scenish)

Handle: dr.k
Real Name: Stefan Koch
Country: Germany
Function: ASM-Coder (KC-85) C-Coder (Amiga), Musician

Demoscene/ Discography: First steps are some home recording done in the late 80′s. Album “Gettin’ Crazy” together with Special C as Rhythm Factory 1993. Live performance at my school together with Special C as “Rhythm Factory” and the “No Name Rappers” in autumn 1993. Tracks ‘n’ mp3 releases at moods since 2000. Contribution for neuhaus13 sampler “Projekt23 – PartII – Compilation – 2002″. Real wild entries for Breakpoint and Evoke on KC-85 Hardware and several Musicdisks which he wrotes the engine for.

Equipment: A500 since 1990, A1200 since 1994, Technosound Turbo Pro Audio Sampler, Microphone, Korg M1, Alesis Quadraverb. KC-85,

Profile: Style not fixed. Many tracks come with lyrics soon.

Handle: d!RT!E
Real Name: Thomas Siegel
Birthdate: 06.02.1978
Country: Germany
Function: Musician, Organizer, Webmaster
Homepage: www.thomas-siegel.info
Myspace: www.myspace.com/siegelix

Demoscene/ Discography:
1993 Inspired to do musics coz of good old techno days. Mainly on Amiga (at this time a500 and startrekker), later with Octamed and Midi. I founded a crew with some friends called “HUMA” which means “Hullabaloo-Machinery”. Several Tapes were filled with experimental ;D stuff. During all the time I became a demo-watcher and collector.

1996 released Huma Album “This Place”. Tried to build up a real label and studio with “DJ KIRI” and “Mike N”. 1996 I produced together with Dirk Hieronymus first real single CD release for “OCSID REC”. But after quarrels the “Huma-Posse” had to give up the co-op with “DJ KIRI” and “Mike N”.

1997 released Huma Album “The Second Stage”. Now on AMiGA 1230/50 with Toccata and Octamed Soundstudio.

1999 released Huma Album “Third Dimension”. 13 Tracks with artwork and videos by “A.G.”
In 12/1999 Huma Album “Next Lenoleum” was released.

2000 I joined “Apathy” after I met zito in Leipzig.
We founded mOOdS as a division of “Apathy” and later of “Layout” and “Huma”.

2001 mOOdS became an own crew, I`am organizer for. I went to “Mekka & Symposium´o1″ where we released our first mOOds-audioCD.

2002 several releases on mOOdS and guestreleases for LQS Rec. I went to “Mekka & Symposium´o2″. There we entered the competitions with a wilddemo called “IRC”.

In 2003 we went to “Breakpoint” and “Symphony” Party. We made third place with our wilddemo “Sceners in the sun” at BP´03. The song “Sceners in the sun” became second in streamed music competition. The song “Leipzig goes Poznan” became 4th at Symphony 2003.

moods renamed to moodsplateau

We did wilddemos for Breakpoint 2004, 2005, 2006, 2007, 2008, 2010. I also attended at EVOKE`05, ´06, ´07, ´08, ´09.

Equipment: A1260 with Mediator. Voodoo4, Soundblaster, Ethernet, FAAAST WiNDOZE, Behringer Eurorack 1604A, Beyerdynamik TG-X 58, AKG K301.

Profile: I like to produce funkee musics with broken beats and melody. Let myself be inspired by a wide spectrum of music, partys and people. Respect to the AMiGA-CREWS out there. if WE do not continue, a big piece of computer and art history will die!

Other Groups: Thonk Bros.

Handle: Dafreak
Real Name: Martin Rebentisch
Birthdate: 14.02.1981
Country: Germany
Function: Graphician
Homepage: www.dafreak.de.vu

Scenography: I joined the demogroups RNO and Vortex in 2001 as graphician and swapper. They released two slideshows and a musicdisk with my influence. I snail-mailed with several sceners and supported the swap-only mag “sabotage”. Then in 2002 I joined the new scenish musiclabel Liquid Skies and created a bunch of covers and asciis for the releases. In those year the Vortex crew closed his doors. Since then I supported diskmags like Eurochart, Disc, Showtime, JurassicPack and some packs (SaveDaVinyl, Frozen, Speed) with graphics, news, memberlists and one article. I become a “new school” email-wapper because I left my motivation to write my more’n'more slimming contacts. 2003 I enlarged my activities in LQS to organise the crew and designed two CD-compilations for the next two years. In the year 2005 I decided to left the demogroup RNO and joined shortly the local guys of Shrimps Design and now Moods Plateau.

Profile: The commercial mainstream suxx and so I love to be different. Have multiple computer systems and play around with some alternative tools and styles. The demoscene shows me (and maybe you too ;) ) a big pool full of great ideas. It’s like a drug and I’m addicted to it. Viva la scene!

Equipment: Windoof-PC (Core2Quad/2.4Gb, 3GB, RadeonHD3870), Apple iBook (G3/800Mhz, 384MB, Radeon7500), Sam440ep (440ep/667Mhz, 512MB, RadeonM9) and my lovely Amiga 1200 (68030/42Mhz, 10MB,
AGA). Gimp 2 for everything concerning graphics besides some cycling effect-tools and WinAmp with some fresh electro or trance tunes for the creative feeling.

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