In 1978 he set up the label IC (Innovative Communications), and the following year he also launched the pseudonym/project Richard Wahnfried. In the 1980's Schulze continued his hectic release schedule as well as recording several soundtracks and rebuilding his studio (he "went digital" in 1986), and whereas IC was shut down in 1983, the label Inteam was established the following year.
In the 1990's Schulze recorded several electronic interpretations of works by classical composers (most notably Wagner) as well as collaborating with opera singers and other classical music performers on his own albums. He also started collaborating with German ambient/techno artist Pete Namlook in the series "The Dark Side Of The Moog" on the latter's Fax label, and steered the Wahnfried project into a more modern techno- and trance-inspired direction.
Klaus Schulze Discography Tracks
- 12 Remix
- 5 Vocals
- 143 Instruments & Performance
- 202 Writing & Arrangement
- 7 Featuring & Presenting
- 122 Production
- 86 Technical
- 5 Visual
- 34 Acting, Literary & Spoken