Forensic Audio Enhancement

The National Center for Media Forensics (NCMF) will provide a Spring 2013 Training Course: Forensic Audio Enhancement, March 18-20, 2013.

This course covers practical fundamentals in digital audio theory, and forensic audio handling, and enhancement. Specifically, hands-on practice will include: digital evidence tools that can aid in the recovery of digital audio, spectral tools for forensic analysis including the FFT spectrum and spectrogram, and specific filters for noise reduction and stereo source separation. Students will create their own recordings for group problem solving and discussion.

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