To: Old Student
“Audio expert believes the taped phone conversations may have been altered”
Video with expert explaining editing “alterations” at above link.
posted on 07/15/2010 11:03:39 AM PDT
(A closed mouth gathers no feet - Visualize)
I watched the video, and he doesn't explain very much. I've done some audio editing and mixing at home, using patch-cords and tape recorders, as well as digital recording. Nothing fancy, but I know there are tools that would let you do this sort of thing readily available.
Audacity is one tool for windows computers that lets you split and combine tracks, for example, and it's free. I don't know what all is available to professionals, but I wouldn't doubt that there is stuff that will let you do the audio equivalent of photoshopping my head on Mel's body.
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