[Feature Article] Last summer, Denver played host to the first AES conference on audio forensics, emphasizing the way that this specialized field has adapted to the digital age. In the September 2005 Journal (p. 838) we provided a detailed report of the proceedings of that conference, and now in this article we review in greater depth some of the work presented there in the fields of voice identification, spectrographic analysis, and signal-enhancement techniques.
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