SC-03-12 meeting, San Francisco, 2008-10

Report of the meeting of the SC-03-12 Working Group on Forensic Audio of the SC-03 Subcommittee on the Preservation and Restoration of Audio Recording, held in San Francisco, CA., US., 2008-10-03

The meeting was convened by vice chair E B Brixen.

The agenda and the report of the previous meeting, 2008-05-19, were accepted as written.

Open projects

AES27-R: Review of AES27-1996 (r2002): AES recommended practice for forensic purposes - Managing recorded audio materials intended for examination

Assigned to: SC-03-12, Initiated: 2007
Intent: Review, Target: 2012
Current goal: Status report, Goal date: continuing
Status: AES27-1996 (r2007) was reaffirmed 2008-02-05. No further action requested or required.

Discussion: None.

Development projects

AES-X135: Forensic audio - Recordist Audio Evidence Collection

Assigned to: SC-03-12, Initiated: 2002-10
Intent: Information document, Target: 2008
Current goal: PWD, Goal date: 2009-01
Status: Editing in the meeting, secretary to complete.

Discussion: Since the meeting in Amsterdam the document had been slightly changed regarding the wording. However, as it still needed editing in order to conform to the standards formatting, the working group used this meeting to go through the document for simplification and further optimization. This was done by helpful guidance from the standards secretary. The work was not completely finished during the meeting, however, standards secretary M. Yonge kindly offered his help to complete the final formatting of the draft which was acknowledged by the working group. It is expected that the document will reach PWD status before the next meeting.

AES-X172: Forensic analysis of Electric Network Frequency (ENF)

Assigned to: SC-03-12, Initiated: 2007-05
Intent: Standard, Target: 2008
Current goal: PTD, Goal date: 2009-05
Status: No action taken.

Discussion: The background research regarding this topic has now reached a level that makes it possible to start up the writing.

AES43-R: Review of AES43-2000: AES standard for forensic audio - Criteria for the authentication of analog audio tape recordings
Project scope: This standard specifies the minimum procedure for the authentication of analog audio tape recordings intended to be offered as evidence or otherwise utilized in civil, criminal, or other fact finding proceedings. It does not specify or restrict additional testing procedures that can be used.

Assigned to: SC-03-12-C, Initiated: 2005
Intent: Review, Target: 2010
Current goal: Status report, Goal date: Continuing
Status: No action was requested or required

Discussion: None.

Liaisons:

There were no other liaison issues.

New Projects:

No new projects were received or proposed.

New business:

There was no new business.

The next meeting will be scheduled in conjunction with the AES 126th Convention in Munich, Germany, 2009-05.

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