Joseph Browne, is an emerging sound artist based in Montreal. His work encompasses: sound design and composition for theatre as well as interaction design and computer music.
In 2015 he was awarded CUSRA (Undergraduate Research Award) funding to research and develop spatial audio methods for stage performance. He was recently nominated for a META (Montreal English Theatre Award) for Outstanding Composition for his sound design on Scapegoat Carnivale Theatre’s production of Bar Kapra: The Squirrel Hunter.
He studied electroacoustic composition at Concordia University, where he now works as an artist researcher and technical coordinator of the Matralab, and as an associate researcher at the Topological Media Lab. His research areas
include machine improvising, responsive media, spatial audio.