Satya Hinduja is a sound artist working with a range of musical instruments, voice and experimental electronic composition for spatial sound environments. Helping bridge ancient practices of sound and energy medicine with emerging technologies, her work seeks to redefine the transformative power of sound. The capacity of certain tones, physical spaces and symbolic interventions intend to sensitize the receptive listener. Her process demands a specific state, one that contains a ritualistic power, suffused with energies that sit beyond the rational mind.
Merging her mother culture’s origin of meditative sound and her passion for experimental electronica, Satya creates Alchemic Sonic Environments (ASE): site specific, multi-sensory deep listening experiences designed to invoke states of reflection, receptivity and exchange.
Satya's study of the Yoga Sutras, Vedic philosophy and ancient wisdom inspire the symbolism present within the work. Influenced by the metaphysical Hindu concept of Nada Brahma (the primal sound of being), Satya researches the essence of resonance to develop ways of listening that lead to the neuronal regeneration of the intelligent body.
Since 2011, she has been researching and developing the ASE Method, collaborating with artists, neuroscientists and healing arts practitioners while exhibiting at various platforms such as Sages & Scientists Symposium, TEDx, Berklee India Exchange and the International Yoga Festival. She is a formally trained musician with a Bachelor of Music in Film Scoring from Berklee College of Music (Boston) and a Masters in Electronic Music Production from Dubspot (NY).
Satya is currently based between Mumbai and New York.
Alchemic Sonic Environment Performance:
Song - Hanami - Om Mani Padme Hum
Artist - Satya Hinduja
Album - Hanami
Mixed and Mastered by Brian Crowe, The End Studios
Song - 444 Hz - 432 Hz
Composer - Satya Hinduja
Album - Alchemic Electronica
Mixed and Mastered by Farhad Dadybujour, The Sonic Laundry Mix Room
Photography & Videography by Nomad Within
Video Edit by Jaime Gillarios