Moog modular, pictured, and of course plenty of other synths. Update: In 2008 he ordered two custom "Blue Meanie" MacBeth M5Ns. New image of Pete Namlook below.
via Wikipedia "Pete Namlook (born 1960 as Peter Kuhlmann [ˈkuːlmaːn] [Namlook is Kuhlmann in reverse] in Frankfurt, Germany, died on November 8th 2012) was an ambient and electronic-music producer and composer. In 1992, he founded the German record label FAX +49-69/450464, which he oversaw. Inspired by the music of Eberhard Weber, Miles Davis, Antonio Carlos Jobim, Chopin, Wendy Carlos, Tangerine Dream and Pink Floyd, he also composes his own albums."
Image and documentary vids below via FACT mag which has a nice write-up on the work of Pete Namlook. Via Jose Luis Sanchez Rodriguez on The MATRIXSYNTH Lounge you can also find a write-up on relaxed machinery.
Pete Namlook's Slice
Uploaded by monkeygra on Apr 7, 2009
"feature on German musician Pete Namlook, proprietor of FAX +49-69/450464
from issue 3-07 of Slices, the electronic music magazine
15 September 2007
encoded by Tamas
fixed up, re-encoded, and uploaded to YouTube by Kyle
all of it for the FAXlist
slices is a free magazine, so don't nobody try to make any money off of this"
The Putney (Pete Namlook & Ludwig Rehberg) - Putney Dust
YouTube via rtmnmk | June 12, 2009 - previously posted
"Excerpt from "The Putney Dust", Fax +49-69/450464 Recods, PK 08/76"
via THE SYNTHI: Pete Namlook and Ludwig Rehberg (E.M.S.)"
flickr By Dan Correia
"Pete Namlook (1960-2012) in Sonic Studio, Frankfurt. Taken by Geir Jenssen during the Fires of Ork recording sessions."
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