In honor of Bob Moog's 78th birthday Google's homepage logo became a playable and recordable synthesizer.
On May 23rd, 2012 in honor of Bob Moog’s 78th birthday Google’s homepage logo (Doodle) became a playable and recordable synthesizer.
Bob Moog showing off the Minimoog (similar to the Moog-esq synth in the Doodle).
How Can I Play the Doodle Moog?
The Doodle Moog is still playable today with 3 oscillators, filters, envelopes, a modulation wheel, a two-octave keyboard, and even a virtual 4-track recorder. At one point you could share the music you made via a link or on Google+, although that feature seems to no longer work. Try the “Doodle Moog” out for yourself now.
Google’s homepage Doodle became a working Moog-like synth for 24 hours in 2012, you can still play it today by visiting it’s corresponding Google Doodle archive.
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