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Old 4th August 2018 | Show parent
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Forensic audio is definitely an avenue of audio restoration one can go down, and if one can handle the emotional aspect of that kind of work, it can be very profitable. Audio preservation, however, is a totally different animal.

For forensic audio, there’s really only one name to know these days: Tom Owen. Owen Forensic Services, LLC

But I don’t think that’s what Lina meant.


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Originally Posted by Poinzy View Post
If you're really interested in audio restoration as a career, get interested in law enforcement and video restoration as well. That's what the director of our state police forensics lab told me. You will also be in demand by divorce lawyers, for obvious reasons.

Sorry for this unromantic response, but that's what I was told.