More Suspicious Characters?
Jack Mitchell, A.C.F.E, Owner of Computer Audio Engineering, New Mexico shows up everywhere in the audio studies as the principal engineer testifying what is being said in the faint whispers.
We are told that his $250,000 of audio instruments properly confirms the incriminating nature of the whispers. When asked what kind of work he does, he said he does forensic examinations for all sorts of big law enforcement clients. More specifically he states: “A lot of the work is Enhancement of recordings so that it is intelligible so that they can get official court transcripts off of it…” So what it sounds like the majority of Jack Mitchell’s career consists of is helping court reporters properly hear what the witness said into a microphone that was inches away from their mouth when they testified in a trial. The tape was recorded in a courtroom on a big high-quality reel-to-reel tape or digital recorder under ideal conditions. This is about as “Forensic” as the work done by the radio engineer producing your favorite radio show. If we look at his credentials carefully, we find that he claims to have been in the audio business for 30 years, but has only been in the forensic field for three!
When someone is paid to take up a new line of work that was not previously part of their professional portfolio, it makes good business sense to advertise it with the hope of attracting new customers looking for that type of expertise. In today’s world, that means adding your newly acquired skill to your website, along with the appropriate keywords so potential new customers will be led to your site by your browser search engine. It appears this is exactly what expert forensic sound engineer Jack Mitchell did after he was paid generously to create all sorts of graphs and reports verifying the sounds he was asked to confirm by the maybe not so Truthful Team.