Google honors the creator of the Moog synthesizer in a cool doodle
Google again surprised with an interesting doodle that honors the late Robert Moog, pioneer electronics born on May 23, 1934. As the birthday is tomorrow, Doodle can not see yet in Latin America but if they for example Google Japan and Google Australia and can start playing with it (because these countries live in the future).
Doodle is really good, including a piano you can play with the mouse or numeric keys on your keyboard, and plenty of knobs to adjust the synthesized sound to your liking. Your songs can be recorded and then be reproduced.
The Moog synthesizer was one of the first electronic musical instruments available more or less massive. It was introduced in 1964 using transistors instead of vacuum tubes, allowing it to be more compact.
Link: Google AustraliaTags: Doodle, google doodle, Moog, Robert Moog, synthesizer