New Delhi: Today, Robert Moog's Google doodle gave us an opportunity to compose music on a synthesizer, record and play it back. Most of us are quite amused with this interactive and playable doodle.
But do you know that this is not the only playable musical Goodle doodle from Google? This is for the second time that Google replaced its usual homepage logo with an interactive musical doodle.
Last year, on June 9, 2011, Google had put up a digital version of the electric guitar - the Gibson Les Paul.
During that time, too, people had as much fun playing with the doodle as they are having today.
But today, Google came up with a synthesizer in place of its logo to celebrate the 78th birth anniversary of Robert Moog. This interactive doodle features a synthesizer to let users compose music of their choice. To the right of the synthesizer is a 4-track tape recorder that lets you record, play back the recorded music and share songs via short links or Google+.
You can use your mouse or keyboard on the Moog doodle's keys and dials to make nearly limitless sounds.
Like Les Paul digital guitar doodle and Robert Moog synthesizer doodle, we expect to get more innovative doodles from Google in future.
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