Wednesday, May 23rd 2012
News: Robert Moog
Google‘s latest daily doodle is pretty badass – a web-based playable Moog synthesizer, in honor of Robert Moog, a music pioneer responsible for the modern electronic synthesizer. Moog, who died in 2005, was born May 23, 1934, and would have turned 78 today.
You can use Google’s Web-based synthesizer to record and share your own silly creations, thanks to a little red record button on the right. The synthesizer is fully functional including the oscillator, filter and envelope controls. It even supports multi-track recording! Head to Google to play around now.
Of course, some of us prefer the old-fashioned way: