At the end of the 80s, the young producers Martin Neumayer, Paul Pfab and Klaus Biedermann got together to implement their creative ideas together. This collaboration resulted in worldwide No. 1 hits such as “Bring me Edelweiss“, “Spaceship Edelweiss“, “How To Dance” and “Ten More Minutes” and much more.
In the course of the collaboration, in the mid-1990s the team build an exclusive recording studio in one of the oldest houses in the center of Vienna. The studio became the renowned production site for many more hits and extraordinary productions with different artists.
In the course of the work, Georg O. Luksch was included in the studio. Since the production of “Bring me Edelweiss”, Luksch has been connected to the Bingoboys team as a sound engineer and programmer. In addition to working for the Bingoboys team, Georg Luksch was responsible from the start of Peter Rauhofer’s career to the end as his programmer, keyboardist and sound engineer. Countless productions and remixes by Peter Rauhofer were carried out in the Bingoboys Studios. In addition to the productions for “Club 69“, numerous productions for well-known artists were also internationally successful. Recently, the Grammy by Peter Rauhofer as “Best Remixer” was enthroned on the Bingoboys Studio mixing desk for a while.