Oscar Sala: Google Doodle celebrates German physicist Oscar Sala, pioneer of electronic music

By Hardik Wasanwall

Oscar Sala, a pioneer of electronic music, was born in 1910 in Greece, Germany, and reportedly had been immersed in music since his birth.

Google Doodle celebrated the 112th birthday of innovative electronic music composer and German physicist Oscar Sala.

At the age of 14, the musical talent made his debut and began to compose compositions and songs for instruments such as the violin and piano.

Oscar Sala is well known for developing and running the mix-troughtonium, which introduced a unique sound to television, radio and films.

According to the Google Doodle page, "recognized for producing sound effects on a musical instrument called the mix-troughtonium, Salas electrified the worlds of television, radio and film."