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Sound Board: Digital and Multimedia Forensics

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[Feature] With the increasing pace at which technology changes and the shifting landscape of the forensic sciences, the need for forensic examiners to remain informed and current with research is obvious. It is no longer possible for forensic work to be conducted in isolation, and it is only through collaboration and exchange of ideas that the forensic sciences will truly be strengthened. Stay tuned for upcoming AES conferences on audio forensics as well as regularly offered workshops and tutorials on the topic at AES conventions.

JAES Volume 63 Issue 9 pp. 750-751; September 2015
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