Don't Believe Everything You Hear

Springer, Robin
May 2007
Speech Technology Magazine;May2007, Vol. 12 Issue 4, p6
The author comments on the proliferation of digital audio technologies. She cites the lack of trustworthiness in digital technologies as compared to the traditional magnetic audiotape recordings. She mentions that as sound recordings become more sophisticated, people can expect the problem to become more pronounced. She offers a brief historical background on audio recordings.


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