A Lifetime of Music
It’s all about Creativity. That's the key reason why someone like Magnar has spent his last past twenty years making music for the world of demos, games and beyond.
His claim to fame started on the Amiga demo scene in the early nineties, where he released most of his best musical work up to that date, in the music disk "Mirror" by the then already-legendary Norwegian team Andromeda. Then moving over to the hyper active TBL, Magnar was behind the main soundtracks of the chart-hitting demos Darkside (1996) and Panacea (1997).
"I was amazed by what was possible to do with computers, and all the great productions intrigued me into getting more involved in the scene community", he says.
Magnar moved over to Sweden during the summer time of 2000. Where he settled down to live together with his wife and two kids. In 2008, he finished building his privately owned music studio called Garage Outputz, which shows the level of his passion and inspiration for composing new music. The studio also doubles up as his office, where he can be creative in different ways with computer art. Magnar's ambition is to compile a CD album and delivering a lasting impression to listeners all over the globe. "I am composing a lot of new tracks, and when I feel satisfied, I aim to release that to the general public", he says.
- by Noel / MoP (Alcatraz)