Google Arts & Culture hosts an online exhibition on the history of electronic music

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The Google Arts & Culture project, which allows you to touch art in an interactive digital format, launched an online exhibition “Music, Makers and Machines” dedicated to the history of electronic music, people who made it, iconic instruments and technologies.

More than 50 organizations from all over the world participated in the preparation of the exhibition, including museums, research centers and labels. Of course, the Moog Museum was not without.

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The exhibition is divided into three parts, as reflected in the title: Music tells about iconic tracks, Makers – about performers, and Machines – about equipment. They did not forget about the clubs that went down in history that popularized electronic music, and the studios in which this music was created: you can even walk through them. And the instruments can be twisted in 3D and even played on some of them in an AR synthesizer.


There is a lot of content: a full-fledged study of an exhibition can take several hours.

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