I agree with APK. Some electronic musicians are so in love with their gear, they want to list everything in their studio in their liner notes, including instruments and effects they didn't even use on the album. This is more akin to bragging about their collection than providing information about how the album was made.
I do find details about how a given piece of music was assembled can be interesting, sometimes. Not all processes or instruments are interesting in and of themselves. I mean, simply saying "I used these five synths and these two reverbs and recorded it using this multitrack recorder" isn't necessarily going to give me insight into how the artist created their work.
Sometimes it's interesting to find that what sound like a wall of synths is actually an acoustic instrument, or an electric guitar, and some kind of looping or delay device. I think a big part of what intrigued me (and other listeners) about Jeff Pearce, for example, was this angle. Same thing with David Tollefson, or Tom Heasley. Or even my own album The Pulse Meditations... most people knew me for making synth & sample collages, and I made an album with live improvisations using bass guitar, delay and reverb.