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Born in 1970, Joseph is a composer whose art synthesizes the approaches of ‘classical computer music’ and the ‘British Acousmatics’. He studied in the US with Russell Pinkston and later in the UK with Jonty Harrison—as a member of BEAST (Birmingham Electroacoustic Sound Theatre). His work has received widespread international recognition, including the prestigious ‘Grand Prix’ from the 1997 Bourges Electroacoustic Music Competition for his ‘Changes Music’, a piece dedicated to John Cage. He has been employed in a variety of media and industrial sector roles, including a posting as a DSP design engineer at Analog Devices Audio Rendering Technology Center in Silicon Valley. Anderson has lectured in Music and Music Technology at the University of Hull and he is now engaged as an independent artist and researcher.