TheISRO studio is an open community space that offers access to sound synthesizing and recording equipment.

The studio is home to a variety of state of the art recording equipment and musical instruments. Artists working at the ISRO studio have access to the 32 channel 3D audio system built by Felix Deufel with help from Umashankar Mantrawadi and Yashas Shetty. We also have access to a range of ambisonic microphones (courtesy Brahma microphones).

In addition to recording, artists also have access to a variety of traditional digital, analog and modular synthesizers as well as new, quirky electronic instruments and interfaces built by Wolfgang Spahn, Yashas Shetty and Ron Schneider. Besides audio equipment, theISRO studio also provides access to video synthesizers designed by Otso Sorvetulla and Shreyasi Kar.

Martin Hackett at The ISRO
Tasneem Khan at The ISRO - working with a soil moisture sensor


A majority of the artists working at the studio are also instrument builders. To expedite rapid prototyping of ideas into musical instruments, The ISRO is home to a fabricating studio with 3D printers, CNC machines, LASER cutter as well as a well stocked electronics laboratory

The studio is also host to live and improvised performances by some of

the most exciting musicians and sound artists, both from India and



To book time at the studio, send us an email on the following address:


Visit the schedule page to see our studio schedule


We are dedicated to providing the best possible environment for a

musician, sound artist, composer and researchers.


If you would like to support our studio please visit our support page.

TheISRO_Performance_'Japanese Experimental Music' with Shun Owada and Noa Mori