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In Wake of Mel Gibson Recording Debacle, Company Demonstrates Proper Way to Make a Recording

Tue, 07/20/2010 - 8:09am
PARK RIDGE, N.J.--(BUSINESS WIRE) -- Paul Ginsberg, President and Founder of Professional Audio Laboratories, Inc., one of the nation’s leading forensic audio experts, is available to explain and demonstrate how to make a secret recording that preserves its evidentiary value, and is high quality.

Ginsberg will highlight mistakes made while recording the now infamous Mel Gibson’s phone conversations that allow would-be, self-styled audio experts to challenge authenticity. Additionally, he will tell how to handle challenges to credibility of recordings, as in the Mel Gibson matter.

As examples, connecting a recorder directly to the telephone will provide a balance of volume and quality to both voices. A recorder that stores the digital file in an un-editable file format will eliminate claims of tampering. And, simple preamble and postscript announcements with the beginning and end times allow an examiner to compare the elapsed time of a recording to the announced times for confirmation. Additional tips will result in a clear, intelligible recording with unquestionable authenticity and the highest evidentiary value.

Viewers/readers who are being abused, threatened in domestic relationships, those involved in custody disputes, and business people involved in oral agreements all will benefit from the tips of Mr. Ginsberg, who has enhanced and examined thousands of recordings in his 35 year career consulting with the C.I.A., F.B.I., D.E.A., A.T.F., S.E.C., F.D.A., Homeland Security, as well as many state law enforcement agencies.

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