Google Creates Playable Moog Synthesizer Logo as Tribute

Chances are if you visited Google today you spent a better part of that search time exploring the playable Google Doodle – a tribute to Dr. Robert Moog’s birthday – who invented the groundbreaking synthesizer in the mid 1960s and was utilized by luminary musicians such as The Beatles, The Doors, Stevie Wonder, Kraftwerk and others. Playable using either the mouse or keyboard, seemingly an array of sounds and the ability to record is further proof that Google knows how to play nearly as good as they know how to innovate. Go ahead and give it a try for yourself.

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