Lecture 8 Tape Authentication

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SPA 2014 Tape Authentication
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Introduction Goal of tape recording authentication Can it be determined if a tape is an original copy? Can a tape be edited to alter its content/meaning? Definition of authenticity Did the tape capture all of the audio events that occurred during the entire event? Has the tape been interrupted at any time? Has anything been removed? Has anything been added to the original recording?
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Points to remember Tape authentication cannot determine the intent of the individual(s) responsible for any tampering/modification that is observed All tapes should be treated as if they had been modified, and all problematic portions analyzed and accounted for as best as possible Question: Is this an example of bias? It is not possible to detect all forms of modification/tampering of audio recordings
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General Procedures Step 1: Listen to the original tape Only original materials can be fully authenticated Step 2: Copy tape for further analysis
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This note was uploaded on 10/22/2011 for the course LIN 4930 taught by Professor Habib,r during the Spring '08 term at University of Florida.

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