John Oram Restructures Company

Apr 30, 2003 12:00 PM, Editors


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John Oram announced the establishment of the Alphabet Belmont Group of which he is currently chairman and managing director.

"The changes in the global economy have demanded a more streamlined business operation, and our new development incorporates more advanced technology in our offices and in our factories," said Oram. "Our entire marketing and product promotion is now tuned to higher volumes, yet still retaining our high-end 'Made in England' quality. The Trident Audio and Oram Pro products are still made in their respective factories, although procurement and stock management are now combined; sales and marketing are also combined, as are the group accounts."

Oram also announced his new recording studio, which has been completely redesigned and now known as John Oram's Analogue Barn; it was previously called the Old Forge Barn. As part of the redesign, Oram has installed new multitrack tape machines, along with a plentiful assortment of outboard from the '70s. "The sound is totally stunning. Many artists from the '70s and '80s are booking time to re-create the original sound quality that made their hits," commented Oram. Recent projects include mastering a single with P.J. Proby, due for release later this year.

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