CEDAR’s Managing Director to co-present the tutorial on audio forensics at the 137th AES Convention in Los Angeles
T16 - Audio Forensics:
An Overview Saturday 11th October, 9am
9 October 2014
CEDAR’s Managing Director, Gordon Reid, will be co-presenting the AES Convention’s overview of the current state of the art in audio forensics.
They say, "This tutorial will feature several presenters engaged in various areas of audio forensics in lively discussion geared toward experts learning from one another and to benefit the introductory attendee. Tutorial Chair, Jeff M. Smith (National Center for Media Forensics, CU Denver) and chair of the Technical Committee on Audio Forensics, will present on Speaker Analysis and the application of Bayesian likelihood. Catalin Grigoras (NCMF, CU Denver) will present on the best practices and future challenges in forensic audio authentication. Gordon Reid (CEDAR Audio Ltd.) will present on noise reduction and speech enhancement techniques. Eddy Brixen (EBB consult) will present on auditory crime scene analysis. Finally, Durand Begault (Audio Forensic Center) will wrap up some loose ends with a discussion of forensic audio miscellany including musicological forensics, warning signal audibility, acoustics, and more."
Of course, CEDAR will also be present on the exhibition floor, showing the latest developments in the field of noise reduction and speech enhancement. See us on stand No. 1424.
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