Google Doodle creator Osakar Sala died at 92
Google recently honored a tech giant and composer named Osakar Sala by creating a doodle in honor of his birthday. The doodle depicts him playing music.
Osakar Sala passed away on February 26, 2002, in Berlin, Germany, at 92, due to a medical condition.
Osakar Sala’s career highlights-
The first instrument of Osakar was made publicly available in the year 1952, and since then its circuits were licensed internationally. Sala’s ideas formed a unique tone because the symmetric partner’s subharmonic field was made open to suggestions.
Sala kept converting Trautonium into the mixture-trautonium.
Osakar was a German scientist who adopted electronic music way ahead of time. When he was younger, he used to play piano and organ and performed old-style piano exhibitions.
Under the direction of German violist and arranger Paul Hindemith, Osaka moved to Berlin to concentrate on piano and synthesize at the German conservatory.
In 1935 he created ‘Radio-Trautonium,’ and a few years later, in 1938, a more adaptable version, the ‘Konzerte Trautonium.’
In 2022 Osaka will have its 112th birthday.
Osakar Sala’s early life and family-
Osakar was ethnically white and a German native. His exact birthplace and date are not known.
Osakar attended The University of Berlin from 1932 to 1935, where he studied physics. He married a woman named Kathie before returning to the opera arena. Not much information is out there about his parents or children.