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THE STATE OF THE ART IN AUDIO FORENSICS (and why CSI is fantasy)

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This presentation will discuss the techniques used by audio forensic laboratories and surveillance organisations worldwide to combat the effects of noise and interference in non-ideal recording and listening environments. Examples of the use of various filters will be given, and some of the limitations encountered in the real world will be discussed.

Gordon was educated as an Astrophysicist at Leicester University and Cambridge University. An active musician and author, he helped found CEDAR Audio Ltd in 1989 and became the company’s Managing Director in 1994. Over the past 25 years he has been widely published and has presented numerous papers and workshops ranging from the background and techniques of forensic audio to the history, technology and use of keyboard synthesisers.

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