Between 1986-97 he was also a member of "The Hub", an ensemble of computer musicians who developed "Computer Network Music", a genre whose sound arises from the interdependency of multiple computer-music systems.
The Hub toured extensively in the U.S. and Europe, released three different CDs, and collaborated with such composers as Pauline Oliveros, Alvin Curran and Ramon Sender.
Chris Brown's most recent works involve extending the experiences of interactive electronic music into new performance venues including audience participation. His project is the "TRANSMISSIONS" series, is a collaboration with composer Guillermo Galindo using four FM radio transmitters to interact with an audience carrying portable radios, it was premiered in May 2002 at the Bienal de Radio in Mexico City.
He is a featured composer, performer, and producer on over 30 recordings of new music. These include CDs of his own compositions on labels including Tzadik, Centaur, Sonore, Ecstatic Peace, Sparkling Beatnik and Artifact Recordings.
Since 1990 he has also teach electronic music, composition, world music, and contemporary performance practice at Mills College, in Oakland, where he is a Professor of Music and Co-Director of the Center for Contemporary Music.
The following are Chris Brown's ringtones available:
1. Run It
2. Yo (Excuse Me Miss)
3. Friends Are Calling you…
4. Run It! I Got Friends…