We explore the relationship between sound and objects, spaces, people and interactions. We use sound as a starting point, but the outcome might be objects, media, events and artefacts. Sound is one of the least understood yet most powerful senses and we produce self-directed research projects, in collaboration with partners, that explore the power of sound as interface, as medium, and as environment. These are often installations or artefacts, produced via a multidisciplinary team capable of producing spaces, media, objects and sounds as holistic experiences. We design new interfaces and experience around music, as well as exploring new formats and models for music and musicians in addition to making and performing music.