Full Blown Electronic Synthesizer Google Doodle celebrates Robert Moog’s 78th Birthday
Google is known for its creativity when it comes to their Doodles on the homepage. Today is no different as Google unleashes a full blown electronic synthesizer to celebrate the 78th birthday of Robert Moog. Robert was considered as a pioneer in the music industry and is known as the founder of the electric synth that we all see in live shows and music concerts nowadays. This is by far one of the most creative Google Doodle that I have ever seen.
When you first land on Google Homepage you will see that the logo is replaced by an electronic synthesizer with a recording button on the right hand corner. Start playing the synth by clicking on the notes with your mouse and you will soon get into the electro groove. If you wanna fiddle with the instrument even more then you can use the pitch controller on the left hand side and a full blown mixer panel on top. The tones produced by the instrument are simply perfect.
Now if you think that is all then you are mistaken my friend. There is a reason why I said this is the most creative Google Doodle ever. You can start recording your sound and share the link of your recorded piece either in Google+ or by grabbing a dedicated URL that plays your instrument. On the top you will find the mixer panel forming the first few letters of the word Google. This is simply amazing and I am looking forward to a tutorial on how this Doodle was created. As of now I am playing the piano and hope a billion other does as well. I am sharing my piece in memory of Robert Moog. Please share your creation too.