Artikler / konferenceindlæg
AI-based audio enhancement may cause false evidence. AAFS Scientific meeting, February 2021.
The effect of hand position on handheld microphones' frequency response and directivity. AES Convention 148, Virtual Vienna, Convention Paper 10328, 2020. (Open access).
Conducting listening tests of SR/PA systems - A Case Study. AES Convention 147, NY, USA. eBrief 548, 2019.
Directivity and Sensitivity of Cell Phones: iPhone 7. 2019 AES International Conference on Audio Forensics. Porto, Portugal.
A stepped acoustic transmission line model of interference tubes for microphones. AES Convention 145, NY, NY, USA. Preprint 10094. (Main author Francisco Bigoni, co-authors Finn Agerkvist and Eddy B. Brixen).
F0 as a function of vocal effort - results obtained from the ShoutingCorpus. 27th annual conference of the Association for Forensic Phonetics and Acoustics, Huddersfield, UK.
Electromagnetic "Soundscapes" and their relevance in Media Forensics. American Academy of Forensic Sciences, 70th Scientific Meeting, Seattle, WA, USA.
Media Forensics and Microphones. American Academy of Forensic Sciences, 69th Scientific Meeting, New Orleans, LA, USA.
Sound Reinforcement and Microphones. Audio Engineering´s 59th International Conference, Montreal, Canada.
The importance of onset features in listeners’ perception of vocal modes in singing. AES Convention 137, LA, CA, USA. Preprint 9139. (co-authored with Cathrine Sadolin And Henrik Kjelin).
Presenting audio in court. ACFEI Executive Summit, Tuscon, AZ, USA.
A study of f0 as a function of vocal effort. Proceedings of the Audio Engineering Society’s 46th International Conference, London, UK.
Acoustical characteristics of vocal modes in singing. AES Convention 134, Rom, Italy. Preprint 8897 (co-authored with Cathrine Sadolin and Henrik Kjelin).
On acoustic detection of vocal modes. AES Convention 132, Budapest, Ungarn. Preprint 8620. (co-authored with Cathrine Sadolin And Henrik Kjelin).
Radio voices and the Influence of Technology in a historical perspective. Anna Lawaetz & Eddy Bøgh Brixen. (Pending).
Acoustical parameters’ influence on voice analysis. ACFEI Executive Summit 2011, Branson MS, USA.
Influence of recording distance and direction on the analysis of voice formants – initial considerations. AES 131, NY, NT, USA. Preprint 8495. (Co-authored with Siham Christensen).
Digitally disguised voices. Proceedings of the Audio Engineering Society’s 39th International Conference, Hillerød, Denmark.
Acoustics of the crime scene as transmitted by cellular phones. ACFEI National Conference, Las Vegas, Nevada, USA.
5.1 for ENG? Nordisk Symposium i Lydteknikk, Bolkesjø, Norway.
Acoustics of the crime scene as transmitted by mobile phones. AES Convention 126, Munich, Germany. Preprint 7699.
Small room acoustics. Paper presented at international conference, Multiconsult, Oslo, Norway.
How to extract the ENF from Digital Audio Recordings. ACFEI National Conference, San Diego, CA, USA.2008.
ENF; Quantification of the Magnetic Field. Proceedings of the Audio Engineering Society's 32nd International Conference, Denver, CO, USA.
Further Investigations into the ENF Criterion for Forensic Authentication. AES Convention 123, New York, NY, USA. Preprint 7275.
Optimising 5.1 monitoring for broadcast. Nordisk Symposium i Lydteknikk, Bolkesjø, Norway. 2007.
Techniques for the Authentication of Digital Audio Recordings - AES Convention 122, Vienna, Austria. Preprint 7014.
Wind Generated Noise in Microphones - an Overview - Part II. AES Convention 121, San Francisco, CA, USA. Preprint 6879.
Voice ID - Challenges in a Digital World. ACFEI National Conference, Orlando, FL, USA, Sept. 21-23.
Wind Generated Noise in Michrophones - an Overview - Part I. AES Convention 120, Paris, France. Preprint 6635.
Optimising stage acoustics by the aid of electroacoustics [co-authored with Claus Wolter, Det Kongelige Teater], Institute of Acoustics Sixth Conference on Auditorium Acoustics, Copenhagen.
Microphones, High Wind and Rain. AES Convention 119, New York, NY, USA. Preprint 6624.
Validity of Bit Compressed Digital Voice Recordings for Spectrographic Analyses: Input for a Database, a Preliminary Test. [Co-authored with Durand Begault, Audio Forensic Center, SF, USA]. Proceedings of the Audio Engineering Society’s 26th International Conference, Denver, CO, USA.
Audio Production in Large Office Environments. AES Convention 115, New York, NY, USA. Preprint 5945.
Lydproduktion i storkontorer. Nordisk Symposium i Lydteknikk, Bolkesjø, Norway
Level assessment in headphone monitoring. 20. Nordisk Symposium i Lydteknikk, Bolkesjø, Norway.
Distance perception based on the spectra of the spoken voice. AES Convention 108, Paris, France. Preprint 5076.
Near field registration of the human voice: Spectral changes due to positions. AES convention 104, Amsterdam, The Netherlands. Preprint 4728.
How to survive with miniature microphones. 18. Nordisk Symposium i Lydteknikk, Bolkesjø, Norway.
Spectral degradation of speech captured by miniature microphones mounted on persons’ heads and chests. AES Convention no. 100, Copenhagen, Denmark. Preprint 4284
Phase relation in stereo signals from dual microphone set-ups. AES Convention no. 96, Amsterdam, The Netherlands. Preprint 3825.
Spectral Ear Training. AES Convention no. 94, Berlin, Germany. Preprint 3474.
Pas på faserne i TV. 16. Nordisk Symposium i Lydteknikk, Bolkesjø, Norway.
Multi compatible stereo techniques for television. AES Convention no. 92, Vienna, Austria. Preprint 3259.