Google has celebrated the 96th birthday of musician Les Paul with a playable guitar logo. On Thursday, the Google logo is changed to this interactive logo, which has the appearance and features a six-string guitar that can be strummed with a mouse. The musically inclined users with time to kill can click the black "compose" button and record a 30-second music tracks. Clicking the button again will display a link to share the music you’ve just created.
The doodle — Google’s term for its homepage logos, which usually last a day — proved so popular that the company brought it back Friday for round two. In the afternoon, the tech giant gave the instrument a home for good.
Go to YouTube to check out songs recorded and posted by Google users with amazingly dexterous hands and a knack for strumming with a mouse.
We are starting a contest to all those who are inclined to music. Contest details:
- Generate your own music with the Google Les Paul doodle
- Share the audio or video created at our Facebook page Techwire on Facebook
- Get your friends to like your creation you just shared
- The most liked post will be selected for prize.
The winner will get gift vouchers worth Rs. 5000 / or a mobile phone which is not exceeding the Rs.5000 in cost