For the launch of musician Beatie Wolfe’s album Raw Space, we designed a virtual reality experience. For a week, we live streamed the Raw Space vinyl being played inside Nokia Bell Labs’ anechoic chamber, one of the quietest and most sonically isolated rooms in the world. The software we developed augmented the 360-degree video stream of the vinyl playing with generative, 3-D visuals that reacted to each track in different ways. We also developed a performance version of the experience that enabled viewers to look through a virtual window projection into the chamber to see the graphical world of each song react to Wolfe as she performed live. Our collaboration with Wolfe was part of the 50th anniversary of Experiments in Arts and Technology, a collaboration between artists and technologists at Nokia Bell Labs.