Forensic Audio Authentication is the process of analyzing a recording to determine if it is consistent with an original, unaltered recording. Primeau Forensics performs extensive analyses of both the audio content and digital information to determine if a recording is consistent with an original or has been tampered with. Ed Primeau has been practicing audio and video forensics for over 30 years. He has specific training in the authentication of digital audio evidence and has extensive experience testifying in court.
Digital audio recordings have specific characteristics that can be analyzed and compared to determine if the file has been altered. Because digital information about the file and certain audio characteristics are determined by the recording device itself, exemplar recordings can be made to identify anomalies or consistencies in the evidence recording.
Primeau Forensics understands the importance of evidence integrity. The investigations we perform include careful analysis of every aspect of an evidence file to guarantee an accurate investigation. We understand the weight our conclusions may have in a litigation and therefore give the utmost attention to detail for every investigation.