Google today has a new doodle on its homepage. Celebrating the 66th anniversary of the Studio for Electronic Music, Google has dedicated a special colorful doodle on its homepage. Known as the first modern music studio, the Studio for Electronic Music roots can be traced back to 66 years to the German city of Cologne. It was said to be the first of its kind in the world, and its history reflects the development of electronic music in the second half of the twentieth century. Also Read - New avatar of Google Chrome’s offline dinosaur game: How you can playAlso Read - Best camera phones under Rs 35000 to buy in July 2021: Pixel 4a, Mi 11X, and more
The studio was where the electronically synthesized sounds were mixed to create an entirely new genre of music that so many have come to love. Google’s logo has been transformed into a studio-like structure pioneering studio that mixed electronically synthesized sounds into a new genre of music. The doodle is created by Berlin-based illustrator Henning Wagenbreth. In its blog, Google mentions that the doodle “celebrates the diversity of thought and imagination that built this studio and transformed the possibilities of music”. ALSO READ: Facebook introduces Google Doodle-like News Feed messages
The studio helped musicians create breakthrough beats, editing and mixing sounds using new types of equipment and technical composition. The Electronic Music Studio at Westdeutscher Rundfunk (WDR) in Cologne was founded by composers Werner Meyer-Eppler, Robert Beyer, and Herbert Eimert, and was based on Meyer-Eppler s ideas outlined in his 1949 book Elektronische Klangerzeugung: Elektronische Musik und Synthetische Sprache.
When Eimert retired in 1962, the organization of the studio was restructured. It was reassigned to the music division of WDR, with the intention of preventing the isolation of the technology from the musical.