Forensic enhancement is to better hear dialogue by removing unwanted noise OR ENHANCING BACKGROUND NOISE OF INTEREST
The primary aspects of audio forensics are establishing the authenticity of audio evidence, performing enhancement of audio recordings to improve speech intelligibility and the audibility of low-level sounds, and interpreting and documenting sonic evidence, such as identifying talkers, transcribing dialog, and reconstructing crime or accident scenes and timelines.
Forensic audio enhancement services are the scientific process of clarifying audio recordings using non-destructive techniques to preserve speech quality. This is crucial for the trier of fact can make determinations about the events within the recorded evidence. Above all, the goal of forensic enhancement is to better hear dialogue by removing unwanted noise. The noise reduction process uses a noise profile to systematically reduce unwanted frequencies without affecting the dialogue or human voice signals. This scientific process of improving the quality of dialogue is also known as speech enhancement or voice enhancement.