Static Bytes was a Danish amiga demo group, likely formed around 1990. Their organizer was Buck. They are probably most known for being the group chosen to take over the job of publishing the Eurocharts when Crusaders quit. They were given the go-ahead in July 1992, and released the first issue of the NEW Eurocharts shortly after. Christian Estrup, the editor, later worked as a professional journalist for a big Danish computer magazine. He is also the author of the ProTracker module packer/optimizer ProPacker.
Static Bytes were coarrangers of the Amiga Summit Convention 1991 in april. They were also co-arrangers of the Static Bytes & Light Lowlife Party 1991 in september, where they also released Delirium - announcing Sonny as a new member. In the december 1991 release Glenspiration mentioned the group recently dismissed Gawk and Trace for inactivity, while The R and Elin left on their own accord, Hawkeye left for Kefrens, and that JTF was a new member. They then listed Buck, Quackbuster, Disco Leif, Estrup, Howard, Stranger, Cutcreator, Sonny, John Doe, Free, Playboy, Ice, JC-Zoon, Timer and JTF as active members.
European Top 20 1 (july 1992) reported, "Jones left Rednex to join Static Bytes." He later rejoined when Rednex was reborn. July also saw the release of Eurocharts 15, Static Bytes' first issue of EuroCharts, some 6 months after the final Crusaders issue.