Jainaam- Music is Life, Life is Music


Jainaam is a 24-year-old Musician who has been playing Guitar (Electric & Acoustic) for 18 years. He has also been trained in Keyboard and Tabla from the age of 6 years. He has been trained in Guitar by Legendary Guitarist of India, Late Shri.Ramesh Iyer and is a multi-world Record Holder as a Musician and Songwriter/Poem. Jainaam completed his graduation in Music, Bachelors in Music with a focus on Performing Arts and is the flagship student of the Institute. He also holds a diploma in Music Production from Tag-The Audio Guys, one of the most prestigious Music Production Institutes in India. As a Multi-Instrumentalist Musician Jainaam has performed many Guitars, Bass, Cajon, Piano, Percussions and Voice sessions for Musicians.


His Awards include:

*Asian Musician Award-2022

*Global youth festival- The Higher Frequency Award Winner-2022

*At SRMD, Gujarat (Judged by renowned musician Sachin Sanghvi of the Sachin-Jigar duo)

*Adjudicated -Recipient participant of: Geniuses World Record-2020

* World Book of Records, UK-songwriter -2021

* Golden Book of World Records-2022

* Invited speaker and awarded at the international conference of Holistic medicine -Indore on the concept of “Music is Medicine” on December 10th 2022


He has performed all over the world and has had the privilege of performing at the IGNCA-Ministry of Culture, Janpath in New Delhi, Music and Art festival in Mumbai, Hindu-Educators conference in Mumbai, Asian Chambers awards, Global Leadership Summit and Medical Colleges and Corporates to mention a few. As a director’s music composer & producer, Jainaam believes that the script is the king. As a composer for visuals and scripts, he goes deep into the character to know what kind of sonic composition and music piece can be suitable for the visual medium and also ensures that he is in harmony with the director’s vision. This attribute of Jainaam’s music makes it unique and soul inspiring. He has also worked as a foley service provider and recording and mixing engineer.


When he was 14 years old, Jainaam started playing live music on the guitar and keyboard for kids aged 3-6 at a school. Today, the school has a full music department in its campus. He has also helped bring well-being to underprivileged kids at various Non Governmental Organisations (NGOs). Jainaam discusses the importance of music for mental, emotional, and physical health. Music has been found to improve mood, reduce pain, and increase emotional expression. There are many ways that music can enhance our mental and physical well-being. Our board-certified hospice & palliative care music therapist utilises music therapy to enhance conventional treatment for a broad spectrum of conditions and disease processes, such as anxiety, depression, stress, pain management, and post-traumatic stress disorder (PTSD) and degenerative neurological disorders.


Music is good for the heart. Studies show that listening to music increases blood circulation, reduces blood pressure, lowers heart rate, decreases cortisol (stress hormone) and increases blood levels of ebullients and serotonin. Music improves mood. Music increases the production of dopamine in the brain. This increased dopamine production frees emotions from unease and depression. The amygdala, the area of the brain that deals with mood and emotion, is directly processed by music. Listening to music can trigger biochemical stress reduction. It has been proven to reduce stress and alleviate depression symptoms. Just like exercise, music can help people get back on their feet when they’re feeling down. Music is good for memory. Studies have shown that music therapy can help reduce the symptoms of some dementia and Alzheimer’s disease, although there’s no cure yet. Music treatment can relax a stressed-out patient, improve their mind-set, and open up communication with the patient. Music helps manage pain. It provides a powerful stimulus that fights off the pain signals coming from the brain, making it easier for the patient to feel the pain. Music can really help reduce the pain, especially in geriatric.


Music brings back memories. While there is no cure for dementia and Alzheimer’s disease, music therapy can help to loosen up an agitated patient, improve mind-set, and open correspondence. Music controls pain. Music therapy reduces stress levels and provides a strong stimulus to compete with pain signals entering the brain. It facilitates pain. Music can really reduce the visible intensity of pain, especially in geriatric care, serious care, and palliative care. Music helps with mindful eating. Dimming the lights during a meal, playing soft music, can help people to eat slower and eat less food in a single sitting. Listening to these Top workout tracks can help improve your performance and endurance during a workout. Music is Jainaam’s passion for creating music for general wellness and wellbeing, in addition to writing and composing music for Jingle, Movies, Gaming/Games, Animation, Documentary, and web series.


In addition to composing and producing jingles, Jainaam also plans to compose and produce music for general wellness and wellbeing, music for gaming/game, animations, documentaries, and web series. Jainaam loves to travel and music is a universal language, so he wants to share his music with the world. Currently, Jainaam is shooting, composing, and producing original music in Mumbai.


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