This work demonstrates an application of an acoustic metamaterial prism in combination with a frequency limited musical piece, to create spatially relevant sound experiences. Specifically, we play an original composition made up of tones within two octaves through the prism and show that each note is redirected in a different position. We underpin our conclusions by measurements and a user study, inspired by soundscape techniques. This work concludes that these devices are not as frequency limited (i.e. single tones or buzzers) as previously thought, leading to applications in sound delivery for cinemas, concert venues and home entertainment.