Rishabh Rajan has been in education for over a decade and has taught in three different countries. He is currently an associate professor with the electronic production and design department at Berklee College of Music. He is a certified trainer for Ableton Live, Logic Pro, and Pro Tools. He has developed close to one hundred courses for macprovideo.com. His course on electronic music performance techniques, published by Berklee Online for Coursera, won a TELLY award in 2020. He also serves as a mentor for the GrammyU helping college students in the U.S. who are pursuing a career in music production. Rishabh runs a YouTube page where he showcases his music, electronic music performances, and tutorials on a variety of music production-related topics. Rishabh has also authored multiple courses for Berklee in the field of electronic live performance techniques.
- Member of Friday the 13th, guitarist, India (2001-03); and code:MONO, producer (2014–present)
- Published Native Instruments Massive Sound Design Recipe Book and Sound Design with Native Instruments FM8
- Instruments include guitar, hang drum, and Ableton Push
- Produced music for Natasha Humera Ejaz, and itmightgetglitchy
- GrammyU mentor
- Silver Telly Award, 2020
- B.A., Berklee College of Music, film scoring
- M.Sc., Middlesex University, England, professional practices
"I want students to feel that the knowledge received from me is relevant and applicable to them as a practicing musician as soon as they graduate, if not earlier. I am a huge proponent of workflow enhancement. I strive to develop the quickest and/or easiest way to achieve something when using technology tools. There are always multiple ways to do something, but there is only one efficient way. I want technology to be transparent so we remain musicians and not become technicians."
"Being an electronic music producer, I feel I can provide students knowledge of the field that is practical and also relevant to current dance music genres. I always share my work in the field with students, be it techniques that have been tried and tested or be it techniques that I developed myself."
"As an author for online music technology blogs, I am made aware of technology tools and resources that are in development or very new. Having knowledge of these tools can put me in a better position to teach students when said technology tools become a standard for music production."