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Oram started conducting sonic experiments after
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By the mid-1940s, Oram started conducting sonic experiments after hours, composing a 1949 piece called Still Point for double orchestra, live electronics, and turntables. A bit too ahead of its time, it was rejected by the BBC, though Oram was promoted to studio manager. In 1957 she created the first commissioned piece of electronic music in BBC history shortly before co-founding the influential BBC Radiophonic Workshop. Recognising the potential for technology to create and express an entirely new musical language, she left the BBC in 1959 to establish her own studio where she invented "Oramics," a system to transform drawings into sounds via the transfer of etchings on to 35mm film stock.






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