Having worked for major labels, commercial studios, & alongside Billboard #1 producers, Rahi is a Syracuse - Bandier Program graduate with 4 years of full time music industry work experience in the Hip Hop, Alternative & Rock spaces.
Cutting his teeth in garage bands around Las Vegas growing up, at 16 years old, Rahi had the opportunity to record an EP of his band New & Improved at the Madden Brothers (Good Charlotte) Studios in Hollywood. From that day on Rahi has set out on a path to create a scenario where he was able to work with artists and in studios as frequently as possible. While attending Syracuse University's Bandier Program, Rahi interned at multiple record labels (300 Entertainment in NYC and Atlantic Records in LA) in the A&R department. Through this experience Rahi was exposed to the process of discovering and developing artists from both the creative and label side. During his time at Syracuse, Rahi recorded and produced on multiple on-campus acts including Charlie Burg, Isaac Lewis, MWAMI, and ADIDA. During his abroad semester in London, Rahi had the opportunity to work on a project at B Room in Abbey Road Studios.
After graduating, Rahi moved back home to Nevada and interned at Studio A Las Vegas. At Studio A, Rahi worked under Josh Connolly (Justin Bieber, Kendrick Lamar, Santana, Lady Gaga) and Jake Magness (The Used, Machine Gun Kelly, Travis Barker, Girlfriends,The Chainsmokers,Olivia Rodrigo). During his time at Studio A he was an assistant tracking engineer to sessions with artists including Usher, Travis Scott, DJ Mustard, The Audibles, and Nick Carter.
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Interview with Rahi
Q: Can you share one music production tip?
A: Melodyne into Autotune
Q: What type of music do you usually work on?
A: Most of my work comes from the Hip Hop space, from beat sales, vocal tracking, and mixing. I do however spend at least 1/3rd of my time working on full band music; guitars/bass, drum kit, you know, rock stuff.
Q: What do you bring to a song?
A: Coming up as a young A&R in the Spotify era, I put a lot of focus on making a song stand out from similar offerings in the genre that would attract listeners like myself.
Q: Tell us about your studio setup.
A: I travel a lot for various gigs so my only constants are my Macbook and Apollo Twin.
Q: Describe the most common type of work you do for your clients.
A: Most of my work comes from mixing records I produced, but I have worked on all types of records at all stages.