The first electronic musician Oskar Sala was reputedly raised around music from the time of his 1910 birth in Greiz, Germany
Google's doodle honoured German physicist and creative electronic music composer Oskar Sala on his 112th birthday
Oskar Sala is renowned for inventing and mastering the mixture-trautonium, which gave radio, television, and film a distinctive sound
The first electronic musician Oskar Sala was born in Greiz, Germany, in the year 1910, and it is said that his parents, an ophthalmologist and a musician, exposed him to music from an early age.
The musical prodigy began writing songs and tunes on instruments including the violin and piano at the age of 14
Sala was intrigued by the trautonium's technological capabilities and tonal potential when he first heard of it. It seems that his life's work was to perfect trautonium.
Leaving a lasting legacy, and further improving it, which motivated his studies in physics and composing.This changed emphasis inspired Sala to create his own instrument, the mixture-trautonium.
With his training as an electro-engineer and composer, he produced electronic music that distinguished his style from others.
With his training as an electro-engineer and composer, he produced electronic music that distinguished his style from others. Because of the construction of the mixture-trautonium, multiple sounds or voices might be played at once.
It's important to remember that Oskar Sala wrote songs and sound effects from behind the door of a recording studio for several radio, television, and film productions.
The Birds and Rosemary from 1959 are two well-known films (1962). Oskar Sala won multiple accolades for his work because of an instrument that, in an interesting way
Oskar Sala created the Quartett-Trautonium, Concert Trautonium, and Volkstrautonium before donating his original mixture-trautonium to the German Museum for Contemporary Technology in 1995.
His work in electronic music helped to establish the subharmonics field. He transformed into a one-man symphony because to his commitment and inventiveness. Birthday greetings Sala, Oskar