THE PROCESS

Alchemic Sonic Environment is a multi-sensory deep listening experience, founded by Sound Artist and Composer Satya Hinduja, designed to invoke states of reflection, receptivity and exchange. ASE holds a vision of deep listening as a form of integrative medicine (sound, music, movement and ritual). We are steadily evolving into a cross-disciplinary research and education platform, informed by our partners across the arts, sciences, health and technology industries.

ASE is rooted in sound work and guided by rapidly emerging studies in the fields of mental health, cognitive neuroscience, and epigenetics. 

THE MISSION

Alchemic Sonic Environment explores the nature of health as a process rather than event to redefine the transformative power of sound. As a meditative method we believe it has the potential to inform the future of mind-body medicine and help in protecting, building and reimagining human potential and planetary health. With accessibility and transparency at the heart of our work, we aim to create hybrid heterogeneous environments that cultivate interconnectivity within and between individuals and communities, ultimately connecting people on a global level with our planet’s all-embracing ecosystem.

THE RESEARCH

Sound Medicine is the science of using audible and inaudible frequencies to release stored energy and invoke emergent states of healing. Sound impacts matter through properties of resonance and synchronisation. We are researching the use of these properties to develop sonic interventions for some of the most common health conditions in the world today.

THE WORK

Alchemic Sonic Environment is building an ecosystem with a collective of artists, researchers and emerging technologists to develop and produce an integration of sound, music, spatial audio and vibroacoustic ( tactile audio ) devices within performances, installations and education resources that are of significance to our physiology, psychology and biology. 

We create integrative journeys informed by ancient wisdom and current research addressing all senses under the umbrella of medicinal arts and science.