Prism Sound, the manufacturer that bought the audio workstation brand Sadie earlier this year, is consolidating its businesses and moving into a building previously owned by Studio and Audio Video Ltd.

Current Cowley Road offices will close and the entire business will relocate to The Old School House in Stretham where it will have access to a fully equipped demo facility, offices and R&D facilities.

The building was previously owned by Studio Audio and Video Ltd, which developed and owned the rights to Sadie.

Prism bought both Sadie and the building from accountancy firm Ensors after Studio Audio and Video Ltd was placed in administration.

Graham Boswell, sales director at Prism Sound, said: “The facilities are ideal and having everything under one roof will enable us to operate far more efficiently. ”

Boswell also revealed that the new building should offer better value for money. “The Stretham site will cost about the same at the Cowley Road site,” he said.

“But it offers about double the floor area and more parking spaces. This allows us room to expand the business without adding additional costs.”

No redundancies have been made.

Prism Sound bought the intellectual and property rights to digital audio workstation Sadie in April.

PC-based Sadie craft editors are used by, among others, BBC radio and music.

The Old School House began life as a Victorian village school but has been transformed into a building capable of meeting the needs of a modern high-tech organisation.

From 1981 to 1988 it was known as Spaceward Studios.