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Forensic Audio Analysis

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[Feature] World experts in forensic audio analysis gathered in London to share the latest research and practice in the field. Among the topics covered were “roomprints,” speaker identification from VoIP communications, the analysis of quantizing levels, and the handling of gunshot recordings. The distortion evident in mains power signals can provide a good clue to geographical location, and forensic musicology needs to become more scientific.

JAES Volume 62 Issue 10 pp. 690-694; October 2014
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