Andras Molnar is a programmer who freelanced on games and sound drivers in the 1990s.
Molnar started out in the Commodore 64 demoscene in 1987. From May 21, 1988 to August 1990, he developed a music driver and editor called Advanced Music Programmer with help from groupmate Markus Müller. Up to 1991, Molnar programmed C64 games and collaborated as an executive producer with Germans and Hungarians such as musicians Müller and Péter Varga.
From 1993 to August 11, 1996, Molnar developed the Loudness Sound System. According to his Xing profile as of 2007, he ran the company Loudness Multimedia from 1995 to 1999, credited as "Loudness Sound Comp." in Cold Dreams (DOS). Molnar and Varga are jointly credited as Loudness in Fuzzy's World of Miniature Space Golf (DOS).
Molnar continued programming Windows 32 games until 1999, after which he left the video game industry, studied computer science, and became a deep learning expert. Whether his Hungarian name is spelled with á is unknown. He spells it with a, cites Hungarian as a second language, German as his sole native one, and speaks with a Franconian accent.
- loudness.de - Official.
- mobygames.com/user/sheet/userSheetId,34823/ - MobyGames.
- mobygames.com/developer/sheet/view/developerId,252443/ - MobyGames (misspelled).
- twitter.com/andrasmolnar - Twitter.