According to reports, Sala, who is known as the father of electronic music, was born into a musical family with a singer for a mother and an ophthalmologist for a father.
Sala rose to fame in 1936 for creating and perfecting the "mixture-trautonium," which gave audiovisual media like radio and television a distinctive tone.
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Sala began writing songs for the violin and piano at the age of 14, solidifying his reputation as a musical prodigy.
Sala gained notoriety after developing the "mixture-trautonium" and creating music and sound effects for a variety of productions.
Sala received many honors for his abilities, including the Merit Cross due to the variety of his instruments,
Sala also created the Concert Troutonium, Volkstratonium and Quartet-Trutonium in addition to donating his original mix-troughtonium to the German Museum for Contemporary Technology.
According to the Google Doodle website, he turned into a one-man symphony thanks to his commitment and invention.