Among the initial performers to explore the design of “notebook techno” eventually tagged seeing that glitch, manufacturer Peter Rehberg joined the Mego collective in later 1994, soon after Ramon Bauer, Peter Meininger, and Andreas Pieper started the Vienna-based label, and finally ran it. Using the moniker Pita, Rehberg collaborated with General Magic (Bauer and Pieper) for the very first discharge in Mego’s catalog, the Refrigerator Trax 12″, released in early 1995. Rehberg’s initial solo discharge as Pita, the Seven Loads free of charge full-length (Mego), emerged in 1996. Quickly thereafter, a live record, Live & Last Fridge, discovered Rehberg once again collaborating with General Magic, this time around at the Disturbance Celebration in Berlin in July 1995. Nevertheless, it had been Rehberg’s Seven Plenty for Free record that impressed many and set up an esteemed popularity for the manufacturer, who after that collaborated with Bauer throughout 1996, leading to the Faßt full-length for Contact Records (the very first release within a trilogy that also contains ballt  and passt ). In 1999, Seven Plenty free of charge was remastered and re-released; it earned the Distinction Award for Digital Musics at Ars Electronica that season, garnering yet even more acclaim for Rehberg. He capitalized for the renewed fascination with his are Pita by launching a follow-up record afterwards in 1999, Obtain Out (Mego). In following years, Rehberg continuing producing, though mainly under his very own name or in collaborative configurations with famous brands Christian Fennesz and Jim O’Rourke (you start with The Magic Sound of Fenno’berg [Mego, 1999]) instead of as Pita. Rehberg regularly turned on Pita for recordings such as for example Obtain Down (Mego, 2002), LOG OFF (Häpna, 2004), Z’ev cooperation Colchester (Editions Mego, 2008), and ENTER (Editions Mego, 2016).