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Google's animated doodle celebrates 66th anniversary of Studio for Electronic Music
The home page of the internet search engine giant Google today marks the 66th anniversary of electronic musical history with a colourful animated doodle produced by Berlin-based illustrator Henning Wagenbreth.

The Google logo has been used as doodle for animation of Germany's Studio for Electronic Music that produced new genre of mixed music in the second half of the twentieth century. All the letters of the logo, except the second 'g' have been converted into electronic equipment pieces. The second 'g' is the sitting musician wearing headphones.

According to Google, the concept for a studio to create electronic music was initiated by composers Werner Meyer-Eppler, Robert Beyer, and Herbert Eimert. The trio had for years brainstormed the technical requirements of the new musical challenge.

However, once the concept became feasible, the artists could create new beats, edit and mix sounds with new types of electronic equipment. Thus, it paved the way to innovate and create the technical compositions for music in the studio.

Over years, Google has gone beyond being an internet search engine to become a company that is producing hardware and software and ventured into research and development in intelligent and smart technologies.

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