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Out Now On Vinyl – Future Déjà Vu 002

Artist: Ken Karter
Title: AV_X1J EP
Label: Future Déjà Vu
Format: 12’’ VINYL
Cat. number: FDV002
Release date: 05 February 2018
Distribution: Ready Made Distribution (D)

Tracklist:
A1: AVX_1.01
B1: AVX_1.02
B2 AVX_1.03

“The future is there…looking back at us. Trying to make sense of the fiction we will have become” William Gibson

Future Déjà Vu is a Berlin based techno label. Behind such paradoxical definition of time lies an elementary objective: the promotion of a functional sound, able to be immediately usable on a techno-floor. The immediacy of the sound becomes in turn paradox itself and its plainness turns into power.becomes in turn paradox itself and its plainness turns into power.

Played and supported by: Marcel Dettmann, Dax J, Jeroen Search, Etapp Kyle, Shlømo, AWB, Héctor Oaks, Ø [Phase], Vincent Neumann, Electric Indigo, Leiras, Tensal, Juho Kusti, 2000 and One, Thomas Hessler, PVS, Benjamin Damage, Christian Gerlach, Mørbeck, Takaaki Itoh, Arnaud Le Texier and more.

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Ken Karter on Future Déjà Vu 002

“The future is there…looking back at us. Trying to make sense of the fiction we will have become” William Gibson

Future Déjà Vu is a Berlin based techno label. Behind such paradoxical definition of time lies an elementary objective: the promotion of a functional sound, able to be immediately usable on a techno-floor. The immediacy of the sound becomes in turn paradox itself and its plainness turns into power.becomes in turn paradox itself and its plainness turns into power.

Release Date 05 February 2018 / 12″ Vinyl

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Out Now On Vinyl – Kript Inverso 01

Artist: Ken Karter
Title: INVERSO
Label: Kript Records
Catalogue: KRIPTINVERSO-01
Format: 12” VINYL
Release Date: 23 July 2014
Distribution: 712 Distribution – Berlin

Tracklist:
A1: XN-01
A2: XN-02
B1: XN-03
B2: XN-04




“INVERSO” is the new vinyl sub-label of Kript Records, whose concept is based on the meaning that the word assumes in different fields; in mathematics for example the “INVERSO” Ratio means that the product of the variables always remain constant. But the word “INVERSO” is also a concept that leads to an exact opposite of what it assumes.

These two meanings of the word “INVERSO” inspire all the tracks of the label, characterized by a “Noisy and Distorted” sound, where symmetry and asymmetry live together and where analog source and analog processing give a great touch of depth.

Played and supporter by Adam X, Lakker, Tommy Four Seven, Xhin, AnD, Giorgio Gigli, Cassegrain, Jonas Kopp, Electric Indigo, Freddy K,  Audio Injection, Max_M, Drumcell, SNTS, I/Y, MTD, Kazuya Kawakami, Louk, Tomohiko Sagae, Dimi angelis, Espen Lauritzen, Angel Molina, Kwartz, Patrick DSP, NX1, nAX_acid, Ryuji Takeuchi and more…

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Ken Karter announce the new series INVERSO on his own vinyl label Kript Records !

“INVERSO”

is the new vinyl sub-label of Kript Records, whose concept is based on the meaning that the word assumes in different fields; in mathematics for example the “INVERSO” Ratio means that the product of the variables always remain constant. But the word “INVERSO” is also a concept that leads to an exact opposite of what it assumes.

These two meanings of the word “INVERSO” inspire all the tracks of the label, characterized by a “Noisy and Distorted” sound, where symmetry and asymmetry live together and where analog source and analog processing give a great touch of depth.

Ken Karter was born as a musician and classical pianist. Already when he was a child he was passionate about technology and electronic music. When he got introduced to the world of Djing, he started to appreciate the techno sounds and decided to start a career as a DJ/ producer. At the same time he continued his studies in music, devoting himself to the production as Sound Designer and Sound Engineer. Recently, he started his own label ‘Kript’ that is focused on a specific mix of radical electronic sounds and techno. In the meanwhile, Ken Karter continued important collaborations with well-known classical musicians.

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Tracklist:
1. Exium – Dogma
2. Electric Indigo – Orkhon
3. Max_M – 1001A
4. Virgil Enzinger, Ryuji Takeuchi – No Matter How
5. DHR – EOD 1.1 (Groof Remix)
6. Drumcell & Material Object – Strumpet (Material Object Remix)
7. Ken Karter – Synaptic X15
8. Charged Particles – SCXFG-21
9. Inigo Kennedy – Emitter
12. Ken Karter – Synaptic X16
11. Cleric – Presage
12. Ducerey Ada Nexino – Mouth Of Which (Scalameriya Remix)
13. Tessela – Nancy’s Pantry

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Out Now On Digital – Kript Synapse 06

Artist: Ken Karter
Title: Synapse 06
Label: Kript Records
Catalogue: KRIPTSYNAPSE06
Format: DIGITAL
Release Date: 27 January 2014
Tracklist:
Ken Karter – Synaptic X14 (Ob_session)
Ken Karter – Synaptic X15 (Original Mix)
Ken Karter – Synaptic X16 (Original Mix)
Ken Karter – Synaptic X17 (Original Mix)

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Sixth release of the Digital Series by Kript Records , Ken Karter’s label !!
Experimental Techno, Noise, Drones !!!

Played and Supported by Inigo Kennedy, Ben Sims, Norman Nodge, Jonas Kopp, Answer Code Request, DJ Hyperactive, CTRLS, Electric Indigo, Lakker, Dj Emerson, Jeroen Search, Bas Mooy, Arnaud Le Texier, I/Y, Milton Bradley, Exium, Freddy K, Invite, Etapp Kyle, Martyn Hare, Ryuji Takeuchi, Patrick DSP and more.

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Out Now On Digital – Kript Synapse 005

Artist: Ken Karter
Title: Synapse 005
Label: Kript Records
Cat.N: KRIPTSYNAPSE005
Format: DIGITAL
Release Date: 8th November 2013

Tracklist:
Ken Karter – Synaptic X13.1 (Original Mix)
Ken Karter – Synaptic X13.2 (Original Mix)
Ken Karter – Synaptic X13.3 (Original Mix)

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Fifth release of the digital series by Kript Records, Ken Karter’s label !

Played and Supported by Chris Liebing, Inigo Kennedy, Dadub, Samuli Kemppi, Electric Indigo, Drumcell, Dj Deep, Angel Molina, Max_M, Lakker, Aiken, Raiz, PVS, Ness, Erphun, I/Y, Ryuji Takeuchi, Chris Stanford, Arnaud Le Texier, Joseph McGeechan, Nihad Tule and more.

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Out Now On Digital – Sonntag Morgen 029

Artist: Ken Karter
Title: Ellipse n_01 EP
Label: Sonntag Morgen
Cat.N: SMR029
Format: DIGITAL
Release Date: 16th September 2013

Tracklist:
Ken Karter – Ellipse N-01X (Original Mix)
Ken Karter – Ellipse N-02X (Original Mix)
Ken Karter – Ellipse N-03X (Original Mix)
Ken Karter – Ellipse S-01X (Original Mix)

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Sonntag Morgen hosts Ken Karter…
Exciting combination!

Played nd Supported by DVS1, Samuli Kemppi, Lakker, Inigo Kennedy, Exium, Cio D’Or, Bas Mooy, Electric Indigo, Angel Molina, Kike Pravda, SNTS, Ness, Unbalance, Deepbass, Miro Pajic and more.

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Out Now On Digital – Kript Synapse 004

Artist: Ken Karter
Title: Synapse 004
Label: Kript Records
Cat.N: KRIPTSYNAPSE004
Format: DIGITAL
Release Date: 12th September 2013

Tracklist:
Ken Karter – Synaptic X10 (Original Mix)
Ken Karter – Synaptic X11 (Original Mix)
Ken Karter – Synaptic X12 (Original Mix)

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Fourth release of the new digital series by Kript Records, Ken Karter’s label !

Played and Supported by Inigo Kennedy, Jeroen Search, Jonas Kopp, Electric Indigo, Lakker, Henning Baer, AnD, Kirk Degiorgio, Bas Mooy, NX1, Juho Kusti, Eric Cloutier, Arnaud Le Texier, Tom Dicicco, Exium, SNTS, Invite, Miro Pajic, Angel Molina, Chris Colburn, Ness, Unam Zetineb, George Paar, VSK, Patrick Bateman, Puresque and more.

KRIPT 432 hz

Out Now On Vinyl – Kript Records 432

Artist: Ken Karter
Title: 432 hz
Label: KRIPT RECORDS
Cat.N: KRIPT432
Format: 12” VINYL
Release: 25 July 2013

Tracklist:
A1 – Ken Karter – Sequence 01 (Original Mix)
A2 – Ken Karter – Sequence 02 (Original Mix)
A3 – Ken Karter – Sequence 03 (Original Mix)



Kript 432 Hz EP is composed by three Tracks: Two experimental and one Techno set in the middle of the vinyl. It arises with the aim to reveal a theme which has been investigated since many years both by the musical and scientific theory: the Universal Frequency (432 Hz).
In this EP Ken Karter puts together several scientific and medical studies about how the sound affects really deeply our life and existence, trying to find an explanation regarding people exposition to certain kinds of sounds and frequencies.
It grew out of the problematic definition of the Universal Frequency. In 1945 it has been set around 440hz, the well-known “A from Diapason” or the “A of the third octave of a piano”, used for the intonation of all the modern music instruments.
In 1953 in London, it was arbitrary defined as the “Universal Note Reference”. Earlier in 1939, the Nazi Propaganda Minister Joseph Goebbels imposed with a dictate the use of a 440 Hz Diapason ignoring an adverse Referendum promoted in France by over 25.000 musicians. The same Giuseppe Verdi during the 1884 wrote a letter to the Musical Commission of the Italian Government requiring the official use of a 432 Hz Diapason according to “mathematical reasons”.
In order to understand the issue of 432 Hz, it was necessary to introduce another important frequency: 8 Hz (8 cycles by second), the well-known “Fundamental Pulse of the Planet” or “Fundamental Frequency of Schumann”, nothing but the 27th undertone of C in a 432Hz tuning.
The ordinary responsive waves of human brain work from 14Hz to 40Hz. Within this frequencies range only some “Dendrites” (any of the short branched threadlike extensions of a nerve cell, which conduct nervous impulses towards the cell body) work using mostly the Left hemisphere of the brain (the rational one) as centre of their activities.
If the two hemispheres of the brain could synchronize themselves at 8Hz, they would work at the same balance receiving and processing the maximum flux of informations.
Moreover 8Hz frequency is also the replication frequency of the double-helix of DNA.
Furthermore many experiments done with this frequency have proved that 8Hz has also the unusual capacity of crossing both an electromagnetic vacuum block (Faraday Cage) and the impenetrable “Meisner Field” in an super-conductor.
Relating 8Hz with a C of a piano and increasing it by five octaves we reach a C at 256 Hz, whose respective A is at 432Hz rather than 440Hz. For this reason this scale is also defined as “Scientific Scale”.
This means that playing a C at 256Hz, according to the Harmonics Theory, we will have a resonation of 8Hz that, even if it is not directly perceivable through human ears, will remain strongly present.
The amount of sonic data, generated at 432Hz, does not get lost between the molecules of gas present in the air. More concretely this intonation facilitates its carriage because is suitable for their molecular structure.
According to this condition, several audiophiles noticed
that with the execution of a song at 432Hz the sound was more pin pointed and a condition of propagation occurred so that they sounded more round and vivid (despite of those executed at 440Hz where the sound was perceived more linear and directional).
Considering the concept of 8Hz and its direct use within a scale tuned on 256Hz, get really clear the question: if it’s more opportune to keep on using the current musical language, which has no connection with the universal principles, rather than to change standards in a more congruent form considering the planet that hosts our kind…

Played and Supported by Norman Nodge, Len Faki, Jeroen Search, Inigo Kennedy, Tadeo, Dimi Angelis, Electric Indigo, DJ Emerson, Joton, Phone, Cio D’Or, Max_M, Angel Molina, I/Y, Ness, VSK, Freddy K, Israel Vines, Charlton, George Paar, Thomas Hessler and more.