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SIM Group Adds Sound Services through Merger with Tattersall Sound and Picture

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From left: (Back row) David McCallum, Rob Sim and Peter Gibson. (Front row) Jane Tattersall and Lou Solakofski.
From left: (Back row) David McCallum, Rob Sim and Peter Gibson. (Front row) Jane Tattersall and Lou Solakofski.

The SIM Group announced that it will merge with Tattersall Sound and Picture, a Toronto-based provider of sound editorial, ADR and mixing services to film and television productions. Tattersall provides sound services for such television shows as Vikings (History), Penny Dreadful (Showtime), Reign (CBS), Saving Hope (Bell Media), Rock Icons (VH1) and Ride or Wrong (Disney). It has provided creative sound editing and mixing services on such recent films as Zoom, Hyena Road and Beeba Boys.

“Tattersall is a wonderful, award-winning sound facility with a talented staff and a great roster of film and television clients,” said SIM Group president and CEO Rob Sim. “They are a perfect complement to the other companies in our group. As a SIM Group company, they will now have access to resources that will enable them to continue to grow and reach a wider range of clients.”

Tattersall Sound and Picture will continue to operate independently under its current name, management and staff. It will also work cooperatively as a key component of SIM’s postproduction division, alongside Bling Digital (production and postproduction workflows), Chainsaw (editorial and postproduction finishing services) and Pixel Underground (editorial conforming, color grading and graphics), along with other SIM Group companies, including SIM Digital (camera rentals) and PS Production Services (grip and lighting rentals).

“Our clients benefit from this alliance through streamlined service,” said Tattersall Sound and Picture founder Jane Tattersall. “They can come to one team for all their sound and picture needs.”

Tattersall added that the alliance will also help her company tap further into the U.S. market by aligning with SIM Group facilities in Los Angeles, New York and Atlanta. “It allows us to compete on par with the biggest players in sound,” she said.

Tattersall Sound and Picture co-founder Lou Solakofski, a re-recording mixer, noted that the two companies have been exploring the possibilities of an alliance for several months. “We’ve teamed up on quotes for several projects and every time there has been contact, it’s been good,” he said. “We admire the way SIM works.” He added that several SIM companies were founded, like Tattersall Sound and Picture, by owner-operators and so they share a common culture.

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