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: iZotope VocalSynth, Quick & Easy Robotic Vocals

From Daft Punk to Imogen Heap, Kraftwerk to the Beastie Boys. If you want similar style creative vocal effects, then iZotope's VocalSynth might be all you need. Read our exclusive review here.

Review: Moog Model 15, A New Standard for iOS Audio Apps

These are incredible times.... A $10,000 classic Moog synthesizer as a $30 iOS app? You'd better believe it, but even interesting is just how very good and usable this analog synthesizer emulation is.

A Guide to Building Synths in Reaktor, Part 3

In this mini-series for Native Instruments Reaktor users, Rishabh Rajan shows how to build a synthesizer from scratch. In this tutorial, part 3, we focus on the filter section.

A Guide To Building Synths in Native Instruments Reaktor: Part 2

This mini-series for Native Instruments Reaktor users, Rishabh Rajan shows how to build a synthesizer from scratch. In this tutorial we focus on oscillators.

Review: Kilpatrick Audio Phenol Patchable Analog Synth

A patchable analog all-in-one modular synthesiser cheaper than a Eurorack system? That's what Kilpatrick Audio's Phenol is, and it gives you all you need to get your modular synth itch scratched.

A Guide To Building Synths in Native Instruments Reaktor: Part 1

In Part 1 of this mini-series for Reaktor users, Rishabh Rajan shows how to build a synthesizer from scratch inside Native Instruments' popular graphical modular music software creation platform.

Review: Moog Mother 32

Who doesn't want a Moog synthesizer? Exactly! We all want one... Rishabh Rajan got his hands on the new Moog Mother 32 which captures the imagination even more than we expected and is eurorack ready.

Sound Design: Create a Distorted Clavinet in Native Instruments Massive

This tutorial on making a distorted, funky clavinet is taken from Rishabh Rajan's FREE interactive eBook: NI Massive Sound Design Recipes available for iPad, iPhone, Mac, Android and PC.

How to Create a Dark Pad in Massive

This tutorial on making a dark, brooding pad is taken from Rishabh Rajan's FREE interactive eBook: NI Massive Sound Design Recipes available for iPad, iPhone, Mac, Android and PC.

FREE Synth Presets for Xfer Records SERUM

To celebrate the in-depth new video course by Rishabh Rajan on Xfer Records awesome wavetable synth, Serum, we’ve got some tasty presets for you to download… for FREE!

Review: Slate Digital Virtual Mix Rack

Slate Digital's new Virtual Mix Rack looks set to really shake up the mixing plug-ins industry and this is just the beginning. Rishabh Rajan explores VMR in immense depth with audio examples.

Audio & Music Production Concepts: Understanding Phase

You've probably been warned of "phase" when recording with multiple microphones, or discovered phase issues when mixing down. But what is it actually and how can you make use of it when producing?

Music Production Tips: Create Unique Sounds Using the Free Paulstretch Plug-In in Indie Electro-Pop

Ever wanted to stretch a sound or song beyond the point you can identify the original source? The the free Paulstretch plug-in and app will be right up your sonic street. Rishabh Rajan shows how.

Review: EarWizard: The Ultimate Ear Training iOS App?

Wizdom Music Apps founder and music maestro and imagineer, Jordan Rudess, is back with an intriguingly titled iOS app: EarWizard. Designed to train your ears we gave it a thorough workout.

Review: Korg MS-20 Mini

Musicians often rave about analog hardware synths from yesteryear. So, what's it like to really get hands-on with one of the classics, re-imagined? Rishabh Rajan finds a Korg MS-20 on his doorstep.