Rishabh Rajan

Rishabh Rajan

Rishabh Rajan is an award winning music producer & educator currently based in New York. He produces electronic music under the name code:MONO & hosts a YouTube channel featuring music and live mashup videos using performance controllers like the Ableton Push. He is also a sample library developer having worked with companies like Bela D Media, Twisted Tools & Crypto Cipher. Rishabh is an educator with over 6 years of experience in training musicians in India, Malaysia & USA. He is a certified trainer for Ableton Live, Logic Pro & Pro Tools. He has over 20 online video courses available through macProVideo and Ask.Audio. Rishabh has also published books on sound design which are available on the iTunes Bookstore.

Articles by Rishabh Rajan

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Review: Moog Grandmother

It seems like Moog Music has made it trendy to release a new synth at Moogfest every year. This year they introduced the Grandmother, a powerful semi-modular analog synth. Watch the video review here.

Review: Sugar Bytes Aparillo

Sugar Bytes is known for innovative and unusual instruments and effects, so how will Rishabh Rajan find its latest synth, Aparillo? Read on to find out what he discovered.

Review: Moog Music DFAM

The semi-modular Moog DFAM follows the form factor of the Mother 32. With a 24-point patchbay it can be used in standalone or modular eurorack mode. Rishabh Rajan investigates.

Review: Roland SH-01A

Roland's recreation of its classic SH-101 is the latest addition to the Boutique family and puts amazing sound and control at your fingertips. Check out Rishabh Rajan's in-depth video review here.

Review: Arturia V Collection 6

Arturia's V Collection gets a hefty upgrade with a number of new instruments including the Buchla Music Easel, DX7 and Fairlight sampler. Rishabh Rajan put them through their paces.

Review: Akai MPC X

AKAI's MPC X promises to let you make music entirely without a computer - but can it really replace your DAW? Rishabh Rajan put it to the test to find out.

Review: Moog Subsequent CV 37

It might look outwardly similar to the Sub 37 but Moog's latest special edition - limited to 2000 units worldwide - has a lot more going on under the hood than meets the eye.

Exclusive Review: Roland SE-02 Analog Synth

A Minimoog-inspired portable monosynth developed by Roland & Studio Electronics for under $500 sounds too good to be true. But it's not! Here's our world exclusive video + review of the SE-02.

Review: Midi Fighter 64

Custom built, this 64-button version of the much-admired finger drumming and performance tool is finally available. Rishabh Rajan put it through its paces.

Review: The Behringer DeepMind 12 Experience

Rishabh Rajan has had a Behringer DeepMind 12 in his studio for a while, testing how it measures up against the competition. So how did it fare? Read on to find out.

Review: Akai Pro MPC Live

The MPC family from AKAI is a legendary name, but how did Rishabh Rajan get along with the newest model, the MPC Live? Read on to find out.

Novation Releases Peak Synth, First Look Video & In-depth Review

This brand new polysynth from the mighty Novation derives some of its DNA from the Bass Station II but there's far more to it than that. We got an exclusive first look at this powerful instrument.

Review: Roland Cloud 4.0, Juno 106 & Jupiter 8

Roland has taken a new approach with its Cloud system and the latest additions are the classic Juno 106 and Jupiter 108 models. But how do they compare to the real thing?

Review: Make Noise 0-Coast Single Voice Patchable Synthesizer

East and West coast synths traditionally have their own approach and sound, but how about a 0-Coast design? Rishabh Rajan decodes this unique semi modular synthesizer.

Review: Roland Boutique VP-03 Vocoder Synth & How To Use it With Your DAW

Much has been made of Roland's new Boutique synth range. The VP-03 is a digital (ACB) recreation of the 35+ year old classic VP-330 Vocoder. So, how does this new synth stand up to the test of time?