Voice Identification Analysis is the process of comparing known voice samples to a recording of an unknown voice to determine if the speakers are consistent. Primeau Forensics makes use of critical listening, frequency and waveform analysis, and voice biometric software to ensure that the analysis is as accurate as possible.
Ed Primeau has been practicing audio and video forensics for over 30 years. He has specific training in Voice Identification Analysis and has extensive experience testifying in court.
The human voice has key characteristics that are determined by physical aspects of the vocal tract. Because each person is different, these characteristics can create a set of data for each voice to be used in the comparison. Primeau Forensics utilizes numerous speech analysis software so that tests and data points can be checked for accuracy.
Primeau Forensics understands the importance of objective forensic analysis. The investigations that we perform are based on scientific research and follow the scientific method so that the tests are accurate, repeatable and the results are reproducible. We understand the weight our conclusions may have in a litigation and therefore give the utmost attention to detail for every investigation.