‘Located audio design’ (previously ‘augmented soundscapes’)(also known as ‘digital placemaking’) means designing audioscapes which are layered over and augment the real world in front of you. You can only access these magical parallel soundworlds by downloading an app to your personal smartphone, going to the designated location, putting on your headphones, opening the app – and moving around within the physical space (a landscape, a park, a busy city centre…). What you hear in this virtual auditorium depends on what you do: turn 45 degrees, for example, hear one thing; 90 degrees, hear another (perfect for multiple POVs); rush through, hear a gabble; progress slowly, one voice separates out of the welter of sound and addresses you personally. Content can vary from music, and contemporary classical music through sounds/ambient, poetry, to authentically reimagined histories.