Members of the Audiolab recently presented at the 4th Audio Engineering Society Conference for Audio for Virtual and Augmented Reality (AVAR), held in Redmond, Washington, USA. Presenting a workshop on the Musical interactions in the Metaverse was Dr. Gavin Kearney, Dr. Helena Daffern, MSc student Jacob Cooper, and PhD students Anthony Hunt and Patrick Cairns. The team also presented a paper on this research, which created a framework for networked music performance based on the famous BBC Maida Vale studios. PhD student Tomasz Rudzki also presented his work on XR based binaural measurements. PhD students Simon Durbridge and David Geary both presented their work on ‘Soundscape Evaluation in Virtual Reality’ and ‘A survey of co-located multi-device audio experiences’ respectively. Researcher Constantin Popp presented his work on ‘Establishment and Implementation of Guidelines for Narrative Audio-based Room-scale Virtual Reality using Practice-based Methods’. Finally Joseph Williams presented his work on ‘Understanding Immersion in the Context of Films with Spatial Audio’.