Music Loving Internet surfers will surely be delighted to learn there is a new Google Doodle today! The interactive logo pays tribute to Robert Moog on his birthday.
Moog, the father of the modern electronic synthesizer, has been honored on what would have been the late music pioneer's 78th birthday. The new, interesting and unique contraption, which can be seen on the main page for the Internet search provider, is very elaborate with its multiple bells and whistles.
One article makes note of how Moog's synthesizer sounds became a "recognizable part of popular music during the 1960s, 70s, and 80s." for musical "acts ranging from The Beatles to Donna Summer to Yes and the Beastie Boys."
The interactive Google Doodle today will even allow visitors to record their musical creation, and then share it via Google+. This doodle certainly seems worthy of a permanent home, as last year's Les Paul guitar logo received, and the famous Pac-Man Doodle game.
Have you tried out the new Google Doodle today? If so, what did you think?