A man who changed the face of music forever, Robert Moog, has been celebrated today on his 78th birthday with an interactive Google doodle.
Moog is the innovator credited with transforming musical synthesisers in the 1960s by developing a synth with a small keyboard which was easy to use. This small piece of equipment was used by The Beatles and The Doors, and created some of the most exciting music of the 20th century.
The Google doodle is interactive and allows you to play and record on the virtual synth.
Although now over 50 years old, Moog's musical synthesiser is still used today, and is favoured by many DJs over modern digital alternatives.