Exchange contains a set of Canadian keyboardists, Gerald O’Brien and Steve Sexton, who created atmospheric music. O’Brien found experience playing rock and roll and pop music and composed the music for the cleaning soap opera Years. Sexton supported many pop performers, including Dionne Warwick, Rita Coolidge, Dusty Springfield, and specifically Anne Murray. The duo fulfilled while using the rock and roll group Surrender; they held in contact, and produced Exchange in 1986, a device whose primary name was Therefore Ho, until it had been found that another music group had exactly the same name. Exchange (purely a saving group since their audio utilized considerable overdubbing) recorded several albums in the past due ’80s and early ’90s for Mesa — In to the Night time (1988), Between Locations (1990), it soundtrack The Story of Prince Valiant (1991), as well as the eponymous Exchange (1992) — that dropped in to the “intensifying instrumental” music genre overlapping with modern.