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.
Behringer has been on a roll with recreating synths of yesteryear and It was welcomed when they recreated one of the most popular synths of the 70’s, the ARP 2600. Let’s take a look and listen.
Providing incredible sequencing features for keyboard players the KeyStep Pro does a great job on many levels. In this video we outline 10 of our favorite KeyStep Pro features.
When Akai released the original MPC Live it caused quite a stir combining professional features with MPC workflow and studio and synth connectivity. Rishabh Rajan discovers how the MPC Live II fares.
In this world-first video review of the new Generate synthesizer from Eventide and New Fangled Audio Rishabh Rajan explores the sound design potential of this truly unique software instrument.
Continuing their tradition of creating virtual models of hardware effects, Arturia have released a trifecta of modulation fx. Is this holy trinity of modulation fx something you will actually use?
Is MK3 the most advanced and powerful Novation grid and pad controller for producing with Ableton Live and other DAWs?
The new semi-modular polyrhythmic analog synthesizer from Moog, Subharmonicon, just got a major, in-depth video review from Rishabh Rajan. This is the video you'll want to watch.
Imagine a powerful 6-track groovebox with 6 FM synthesis engines and an Elektron sequencer with per-step automation and you've got the Model:Cycles. Watch this to find out if it's good for you.
The entire collection of Arturia's "Audio Effects You'll Actually Use" includes some choice plug-ins of important hardware emulations covering filters, preamps, compressors, delays and reverbs.
The tenth and newest member of the Korg Volca family uses a vacuum tube oscillator to make deep, acid bass sounds. Check out this video review to find out how it sounds.
With a digital brain and analog filter as well as capacitive keyboard, Arturia's MicroFreak promises a new approach to synthesis and performance. Rishabh Rajan put it to the test.
Arturia's latest bundle of effects they think you'll actually use is here and this time it's the turn of some classic delays. Rishabh Rajan put them to the test.
The 8raw8 is an expander that produces the same analog sound as a Roland TR-808 but without the step-sequencing capabilities Check out Rishabh Rajan's video review to see it in action.
Native Instruments' Massive X is finally here and it's a completely new version, reinventing this flagship soft synth for the next generation. Rishabh Rajan put it to the test.
IK's UNO Drum is compact, affordable and has a battery power option. But how does it sound? Rishabh Rajan finds out in this video review.
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