I am concidering the possiblilty of using the visual representation of digital audio data in the wave form, wave form dB, and spectrum to show there is reson to beleave that audio recordings releated to a court trial have been tampered with. Enough reason to ompel the court to allow an expert analysis of this recording.
Audacity's open source nature allows me a unique opportunity to show the court that this tampering was likely with resonable assurance. Wich may compel them to fork over the ten grand for an audio expert analysis.
To better be prepared, Id like to ask what algorithms are used to produce the wave form, wave form dB, and sprectum views. Do common algorithms exists for these representations? Are common, named, algorithms used in Audacity's rendering, and what are they? If I can site common, tride and true, tested algorithms, and then have the ability to verify that they were correctly implemented, you can see how renderings produced by Audacity have the potential to be used in court without any reasonable question.
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