Hello to the Group . I m a new member. I don t have a particular interest in forensics myself, but my son is fascinated. He s currently studying for hisMessage 1 of 103 , Jun 1, 2001View SourceHello to "the Group". I'm a new member. I don't have a particular
interest in forensics myself, but my son is fascinated. He's
currently studying for his Degree in Biology from CQU ( in central
Queensland, Australia), so I'm the one with the time to surf, if you
were wondering why I'm joining and he's not. (Exam week next
week!!!) Can anyone tell me where he can do studies in forensics in
Australia. The only info I can find is a Graduate degree from
Griffith and it's only available for serving police officers. That
is not a brick wall for him, but I just want to know what else there
may be available. He would even be prepared to be a "lab rat" in a
forensics laboratory. Does anyone have any idea of what job
prospects there are in this industry? Does anyone have any info
they're prepared to share? Thank you. Cynthia.
Hello, we use Multispeech for forensic speech and voice analysis - it is one of the very high end programmes for speech and one of few actually designed withMessage 103 of 103 , Apr 21, 2007View SourceHello, we use Multispeech for forensic speech and voice analysis - it
is one of the very high end programmes for speech and one of few
actually designed with human speech acoustics in mind. I don't
understand why you should think this has anything to do with computer
forensics? - but am happy to answer any specific questions.
--- In firstname.lastname@example.org, Norton Ji <ji_listas@...>
> Hi, i just subscribed to this group and searching the message
> archive, i couldn´t find any message related to audio analysis.
> Does anyone know anything related to audio and speech analysis? have
> you guys ever used a software called multi speech?
> I know these issues are more related to computer forensics, but i
> anyway ;-)Dr C.J. Storey-Whyte
AudioLex UK and Austalia