Dutch producer Orlando Voorn was one of the most prolific techno artists of the '90s, releasing tracks under a multitude of monikers. Before he began producing techno, however, he spun hip-hop and electro records in the early '80s. While only in his early teens, Voorn won the DMC World Mixing Championships in 1983. In the late '80s, he began working with a sequencer and began producing dancefloor tracks. His first releases came in 1988 as Fix-O-Matic and Xit; two years later, in 1990, he returned as Trigger and Oscare before releasing several tracks as Frequency for Lower East Side Records. These Frequency productions were his taste of success, leading to a relationship with several Detroit techno artists: he collaborated with Juan Atkins and Blake Baxter, and Derrick May and Kevin Saunderson released some of his records on their records labels, Fragile and KMS Records.