Interferometric spectrometry techniques for measuring stellar oscillations have been developed at Imperial College, resulting in two separate interferometers, the Michelson and the Fabry-Perot based instruments. They have both been used on large telescopes; the Michelson instrument to search for oscillations in solar-type stars and the Fabry-Perot instrument to measure oscillations in δScuti-type stars. So far there has been only marginal evidence for solar-type oscillations, including our observations of εCyg with ~1ms−1 precision. In order to increase the significance of future observations we are currently improving both instruments and aim to achieve a ten-fold increase in precision, i.e. ~10cms−1, by using up to 100 separate spectral lines simultaneously. Such an improvement will allow us to continue the search for solar-type oscillations.