Oftentimes I?m given digital audio recordings by litigators to ?enhance?. The request is for enhancement ? they want to hear the voices in the recording better than what they currently hear. By the way, in litigation it should be termed ?audio clarification? ? ?enhancement? has …Read More
An audio forensic expert listens to audio recordings of litigation points during a forensic investigation. Oftentimes, these audio recordings are very sensitive in nature. They are crucial to the litigation and must be destroyed or returned to their provider once the litigation is complete. Generally, …Read More
During the last quarter of 2012 I saw an increasing demand from litigators requesting the audio portion of video recordings, as well as concealed audio recordings, to be enhanced – or, as I prefer to designate it, clarified and authenticated- in order to better hear …Read More
We receive video recordings as evidence that have recorded audio as well. The audio portion of the recording may aid in an investigation but is often difficult to comprehend.
Even though the video presents clues and truth about the events as they occurred, the audio track …Read More
Last week I attended the American College of Forensic Examiners international conference, the Executive Summit, out in Las Vegas at the Rio. The conference was well attended and covered many different forensic curricula, but the one session that really motivated me to attend this conference …Read More
As an audio forensic expert, I receive concealed audio recordings for forensic audio enhancement. These recordings are almost always created in noisy public environments. The goal is to remove the unwanted sound and increase the wanted sound. In most cases the wanted sound is dialogue.
One …Read More
Audio and video forensics go hand in hand in a lot of today?s litigations. As an audio and video forensic expert, I work for both the prosecution as well as the defense. Lately I?ve been working more for the prosecution and I am seeing audio …Read More