Karl Bartos Net Worth – Height, Weight, Age, Bio

Net Worth

For 17.03.2020 – We have next information about Karl Bartos earnings, net worth: $129,484 Dollars*

Source of income: Musicians.

*The information was submitted by our reader Conny Luciano. If you have a new more reliable information about net worth, earnings, please, fill out the form below.

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Karl Bartos information

Birth date and age: 1952-05-31

Profession:Soundtrack, Composer

Height, Weight

How tall is Karl Bartos – 1,62m.**
How much weight is Karl Bartos – 74kg**
**We have a new information about height&weight of Karl Bartos. It was submitted by Jaymie, 39 years old. From Tad, West Virginia.



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Karl Bartos (born 31 May 1952) is a German musician and composer. He was, between 1975 and 1990, along with Wolfgang Fl?r, an electronic percussionist in the electronic-music group Kraftwerk. He was originally recruited to play on its US Autobahn tour. In addition to his percussion playing, Bartos was credited with songwriting on the Man-Machine, Computer World, and Electric Caf? albums and sang one lead vocal on the latter.Bartos, who was born in Berchtesgaden, Germany, left the group in August 1990, reportedly frustrated at the slow progress in the groups activities because of the increasingly perfectionist attitude of founding members Ralf H?tter and Florian Schneider.In 1992 Bartos founded Elektric Music. This new project released the Kraftwerk-style Esperanto in 1993, and then the more guitar-based Electric Music in 1998. In between the two albums, Bartos collaborated with Bernard Sumner and Johnny Marr on Electronics 1996 album Raise the Pressure, and co-wrote material with Andy McCluskey of OMD, which appeared on both Esperanto and OMDs Universal album. In 1998, he also produced an album by Swedish synthpop band the Mobile Homes, much in the style of his work with Electronic: guitar-pop with very slight synthetic references. It was received as a great disappointment to synthpop fans, but it sold more than any of their previous albums and was used in TV advertisements for an airline to moderate success.In 1992 Elektric Music were asked to remix Afrika Bambaataas song Planet Rock for release on a remix album. Ironically, Planet Rock was the subject of an out-of-court settlement between Kraftwerk and Tommy Boy Records head Tom Silverman, as it uses significant parts from both Kraftwerks Trans-Europe Express and Numbers.In 2003, using his own name, he released the synthpop album Communication, featuring such songs as Im the Message, Camera, and Ultraviolet.In 2007 his music provided the soundtrack to the documentary Moebius Redux – A Life in Pictures, about the influential graphic artist Jean Giraud.Karl Bartos announced in early 2008 that he had opened the first edition of the audio-visual exhibition Crosstalk for public viewing at the white cube section on the official Karl Bartos website. The program holds 21 films, remixes, cover versions, and mash-ups from Sweden, Belgium, the Netherlands, Germany, United Kingdom, the USA, and Japan.In March, 2011, Karl Bartos released Mini-Composer, an iPhone app. Its a simple 16 steps sequencer with 4 basic waves synthesizer. It has been designed with Japanese artist Masayuki Akamatsu and the executive producer is Jean-Marc Lederman.On 15 March 2013 he released his next studio album, Off the Record, preceded by Atomium the first single taken from it. The 7 version was limited to 1.000 pieces, released worldwide 1 February 2013.

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