Caspar was manufactured in Munich in 1972. He was subject to very strict parenting, and up to the age of 8 his only friend was a Doepfer sequencer he built from scratch. He managed to escape at the age of 17 when his parents put him out for recycling one evening. He studied industrial design at the Bauhaus but was expelled when his high-voltage prototype kitchen utensil caused permanent injury to the professor's wife. He then took an interest in electronic music, creating the world's first MIDI-compatible electronic tuba, and has never looked back.
Caspar is hoping to break the monotony of all that hardcore dance that has gotten to be a little bit out of control.
Caspar was featured in the August 2010 edition of Future Music magazine - see here.
Caspar is on SoundCloud here.
Caspar has now retired from the music business, and has returned to his castle in Bavaria.