Forensic Audio Enhancement is the process of clarifying audio recordings to increase intelligibility. This is done through various processing techniques to remove unwanted noise and increase the desired sound. Ed Primeau has been practicing audio and video forensics for over 30 years. He has an in-depth understanding of audio processing on both the analog and digital side of the spectrum.
No two audio recordings are exactly the same, and therefore there is no one way to enhance audio. When we begin an audio enhancement, we use critical listening and frequency analysis to identify the specific issues of the audio recording so we can address them directly.
Primeau Forensics understands the importance of evidence integrity. The techniques we use are accepted in the scientific community and all work products that we provide are accurate representations of the events as they occurred. We carefully document every investigation so that our work product is ready to be submitted into evidence.