Audio Mastering, Audio Restoration, Audio Enhancement
The remit of a forensic audio laboratory is to provide audio evidence in criminal or civil investigations. On a day-to-day basis, a forensic audio laboratory will deal with sensitive law-enforcement recordings, 999 emergency calls, audio from mobile phones, DVD, video, CCTV, computers, solid-state devices, memory cards — in fact, just about every type of recorded audio media there is and has ever been. Many of the tasks will at some point involve forensic enhancement audio for use as evidence at trial. However, general advice and guidance concerning the correct capture and subsequent review of audio material is also essential. This provides what is commonly referred to as ‘best evidence’.
, Audio Forensics
, Audio Mastering
, Audio Restoration