Google invites all connoisseurs of electronic music to visit the virtual exhibition Music, Makers & Machines. Within the framework of more than two hundred expositions, you can see the history of the formation of the genre and even try your hand at creating tracks.
The first electronic musical instrument recently turned 126 years old. It was a giant Telharmonium machine, weighing 200 tons and 18 meters long. For more than a century, music has not only come to every home, but has also become an integral attribute accompanying us on trips, during sports, at noisy parties and in moments of reflection.
The exhibition inside the Google Arts & Culture service is dedicated to the history of electronic music, as well as to everyone who contributed to the formation of the genre. More than 50 international companies are participating in the project, and the overall program consists of 250 virtual expositions. For connoisseurs, there is a large archive of photographs and 360-degree tours, where you can see many musical instruments.
Those who want to try their hand at writing tracks are offered access to an online program. There is a choice between virtual reality mode and the more traditional one.