Tattersall Transforms Edit Suite into “Virtual Mix Stage” for 'Fargo'

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While providing final sound mixing services for the current season of FX’s Fargo, Tattersall Sound and Picture in Toronto developed a unique method for the show’s Los Angeles-based producers to monitor work. Using a combination of proprietary and off-the-shelf technology, Tattersall engineers turned one of the show’s Los Angeles editing suites into a virtual sound mixing suite. The suite is linked to Tattersall’s mix stage and tuned to its acoustic signature so that producers there hear precisely the same sound as the mixers in Toronto.

Explains Tattersall’s chief engineer, Ed Segeren, “One of our Toronto operators remotely controls the playback system and monitors the room to ensure that audio levels are playing back correctly and the sound is in sync with the picture.”

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