Cave of Sounds, 2013, is an interactive sound installation comprising a circular arrangement of eight bespoke digital musical instruments exploring the prehistoric origins of collective music making through the contemporary music hacker scene.

The work has been created by Tim Murray-Browne in collaboration with members of the Music Hackspace during a ten month residency and debuted in London in August 2013.

In 2014, Cave of Sounds was awarded the Sonic Arts Award first prize in the Digital Art category.

The Cave of Sounds was created through Sound and Music’s Embedded Composer in Residence programme with the Music Hackspace. Sound and Music's Embedded programme is funded by the Esmee Fairbairn Foundation with support from Arts Council England.