Recordings from cell phones, voicemails and digital recorders, from several minutes, to many hours can now be downloaded, and digitally enhanced using state-of-the-art forensic software matched to these devices, for peak intelligibility. Deleted recordings can be retrieved using sophisticated forensic techniques.

We have one of the only working Dictaphone multi-channel logging machines able to download up to 60 channels simultaneously and independently. This, coupled with our state-of-the-art digital enhancement, can recover, enhance, and archive important recordings from 911 call centers, financial institutions, and businesses


SEPTEMBER 11, 2001 FDNY 911 RECORDINGS        


LocoCam "black-box" recordings in locomotives can now be examined for authenticity as well as enhanced using state-of-the-art forensic tools and techniques. Click here  for more information about LocoCam recordings

Professional Audio Laboratories, Inc. is a company specializing in the digital enhancement, duplication, forensic examination, and presentation of tape-recorded evidence at civil and criminal trials from coast to coast.

Paul Ginsberg, its president, has participated in well over 1,750 trials over the past 35 years, and has rendered expert testimony on more than 175 occasions in 34 Federal districts as well as in Canada.

From performing gunshot analysis from 911 calls, to analyzing "black-box" recordings from aircraft, to assiting law enforcement and intelligence agencies on the proper way to handle recorded evidence, Paul Ginsberg is the go-to person in the field of forensic audio and video.

President, Paul Ginsberg

Mr. Ginsberg is recognized as one of the leading experts in the field of electronic surveillance and tape-recordings. He has appeared on CNN, all three major broadcast networks, as well as on the Discovery Channel and Discovery Channel Canada. He has been featured in articles in Wired Magazine, Stereo Review, The New York Times, Bergen Record, and the Newark Star Ledger on several occasions.

The numerous high-profile cases in which Mr. Ginsberg has participated include the Branch Davidian civil and criminal trials at Waco, Texas, the year-long terrorist trial in New York (U.S. v. Rahman) where he was called as the sole expert by both sides, and Woody Allen v. Mia Farrow in which he determined that videotape segments were recorded at different times and conditions. Mr. Ginsberg was retained by Special Committee on Governmental Affairs in the United States Senate to examine the authenticity of White House recordings for authenticity. He also clarified conversation by Texaco executives to demonstrate that they did not use racial slurs in their conversation. And in the case of a teacher who used a microcassette to record a conversation with her killer, he recovered an additional 22 minutes of conversation, instrumental in obtaining a guilty plea from the perpetrator.

Clients include the Central Intelligence Agency, the Federal Bureau of Investigation, Drug Enforcement Administration, Securities and Exchange Commission, Alcohol, Tobacco and Firearms, Customs, Internal Revenue Service, U.S. Senate, and numerous state and local law enforcement agencies, as well as Fortune 500 companies.

Please feel free to explore the entire website, and call with your requirements. From state- of-the-art tape enhancement to forensic examination of recorded evidence, come to the professional known for his experience, integrity, and professionalism, Paul Ginsberg, President, Professional Audio Laboratories, Inc.

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