Dieter Kovacic’s best-known alias is Dieb13, but he in addition has performed and recorded beneath the monikers Takeshi Fumimoto, Echelon, Dieter Bohlen, and Dieb 14. He sprang into actions in the middle-’90s, as the Viennese avant-garde picture was picking right up a momentum. His uncommon solo produces are complemented by several collaborations with famous brands Boris Hauf, Werner Dafeldecker, Martin Siewert, and Christof Kurzmann, all performers revolving mainly throughout the Viennese brands Charhizma and Durian. Kovacic was created in 1973. He found music in the DJ side, rather than a far more traditional musical history. He begun to tweak cassette players and turntables in the past due ’80s, and afterwards transferred to the pc. In 1995, he requested a studies plan in electro-acoustic music on the Viennese University of Music, but was rejected. Ironically, his professional profession began at around once. Initial, he self-released a cassette with Stefan Geissler entitled Lomophonien. The label Rhiz asked him to donate to the compilation Picknick mit Hermann (1997), and stuff picked up following that. Kovacic begun to play in Kurzmann’s Orchester 33 1/3, ©, Shabotinski, Radio Fractals, and Efzeg. In 1998, he added a monitor to Turntable Solos, a compilation released by japan label Amoebic. Disguised simply because Takeshi Fumimoto, he resided amid Otomo Yoshihide, Christian Marclay, and Merzbow. For his initial solo Compact disc, Restructuring (2000, Charhizma), Kovacic remixed the items of a complete experimental music celebration. The album premiered “open content material” with the musician, a conscientious copyright objector. With this Compact disc confirming his mastery from the turntable, he quickly transferred to additional pastures, stripping his appear of recognizable referrals to make use of record-less players and finally the pc. In early 2002, For4Ears released Loading, an electro-acoustic improv trio with Günter Müller and Jason Kahn.