Some creative professional and amateur musicians throughout the world have been jamming on the latest Google Doodle that simulates a Moog synthesizer, named after Robert Moog, the creator of the first modern synth.
Mashable’s vice president, Chris Philips said, “The tweakability of this is astounding for Google Doodle. It has oscillation and filters so you can make sound effects with that. You can change the scope of tone with the filters.”
He then played some different tunes and finally turned his attention to Ah-Ha’s “Take on Me.” He separate the melody, bass track, and two pads. The key is the melody track. When you play on a virtual keyboard, here are the notes:
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For the rendering of this song, Philips set the Envelope’s decay to low and the Filter Glide down to zero. You can also try other settings with different versions. Philips also has one suggestion for the Doodle such as the addition of the quantization so that the timing of the notes can be corrected.