An Exclusive Interview with LNOX


Hey there, fellow music lovers! Today, we have a special treat for you. We recently had the opportunity to sit down and chat with the talented EDM music producer, LNOX.

How did you begin with music production?

I began producing at the age of 13 and fell in love with EDM music when I was 16, so I started producing EDM music at that moment.

With which labels and artists have you worked on?

I have to say that I have released one track which is supposed to be my first official release on Alveda Pulse. Therefore, Alveda Music is the label I have worked with until now.

Any new releases?

I am working on some tracks for this year. I cannot guarantee how many there will be, but I am sure some tracks will be released this year.

In the studio, what’s your set-up?

You may not believe it, but I only have a PC. I don’t have any studio equipment.

What do you think sets DJing apart from other performing arts?

Although some people find DJing pretty easy, I think it needs some skills because these skills distinguish DJs from each other. In my opinion, DJs give people more energy than other performing arts.

How has your musical taste evolved over the years?

From the age of 13 to 16, I was interested in Dubstep music. From 16 to 19, I tried to make Big Room and Progressive House music, and from 19 until now, I have been making Future House and Bass House music.

What do you like to do in your spare time?

Recently, I’ve been enjoying creating my own signature sounds, so I’ve been working on it in my spare time.

What’s been your biggest challenge as a music producer?

I always want to stay updated on the music industry, and sometimes it can be challenging. At times, I find myself lost in my thoughts and in situations that I don’t want to discuss. However, that’s okay. If someone wants to succeed in their career, they must be able to handle challenges.

What advice would you give to another music producer starting out in their career?

Having a signature sound is the key to being unique. Always make sure that your first track is not your best track, otherwise, you will not progress.

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