Nathan spent much of his childhood in front of computers and listening to music. Ironically, during his early years he dispised the use of electronic drums in rock music. A few years later, he bridged his sequencing skills with music and gave up those silly ideas.
At one point, Ray from 99¢ Special was Ray from Zadoc. In 1995, Ray left Zadoc on good grounds and was preplaced by an Amiga 500.
On 11.08.01 Nathan wrote: "I'd like to tell my story around the Amiga and the irony of being against synth-rock and eventually it coming to replace my curse of the missing drummer problem. Due to the power of OctaMED on the Amiga, it became more than just a replacement drummer when I poked around with synthesisers. 99¢ special gave me the courage to do that in the first place. I grew up thinking that it was a rock n' roll no no."
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