Who was Oskar Sala?

He Was 20th-century German physicist

Oskar Sala Life (18 July 1910 – 26 February 2002)

He played an instrument called the Trautonium, a predecessor to the synthesizer.

Sala studied piano and organ during his youth

On 20 June 1930 Sala and Paul Hindemith gave a public performance at the Berliner Musikhochschule

In 1948 Sala further developed the Trautonium into the Mixtur-Trautonium.

In the 1940s and 1950s he worked on many film scores.

He created the non-musical soundtrack for Alfred Hitchcock's film The Birds

He also followed the experiments of Dr. Friedrich Trautwein,

Sala's invention opened the field of subharmonics,