Lanvary is Alex Sanches and Andrew. They are both from Moldovia and already use to make music together there. But Alex had to move to Dubai because of his job, then online musical collaboration became a natural solution for them to keep their music duo. So it’s been more than a year that these two guys are working hard – and having a good time after all – remotely, and it seems that it’s being worhwhile: several tracks made, a place in our last Remix Cohmpetition’s Top 5 (as their former alias “Kinki & NKoder”) and already some labels interested in release their tunes. In this interview they give us more details on their collaborative working methods and comment how they intend to use the Ohm Studio for their future productions…
1- Are you guys more focused on remixing or producing your own tracks?
The collaboration has roughly about an year since we started the production on serious level. Everything started with the remix of a track of mine, but the collaboration slowly evolved in a melting pot of ideas for original tracks, and speaking numbers we have created more original tracks together than remixes.
2- What’s your setup (hardware and software)?
I do use MacBook Pro running Windows and Andrew (Nkoder) uses a PC, we both are on Continue reading ‘Lanvary duo makes collaborative progressive house music between Moldovia and Dubai. They told us how they work…’