Creating a clear, good quality audio guide goes a long way to a faster turn around and lower costs. So, it pays to know a little about how to make the very best audio recording you can for transcription purposes. Here’s our audio transcription guide:
- Speak clearly and spell any unusual names or technical terms (either the first time they are referred to or at the end of the recording).
- Avoid background noise.
- Avoid using voice activated recorders as the recorder takes a split second to activate and the beginnings of sentences get cut off.
- If you are recording a meeting, use a conference microphone so that all the participants’ contributions can be picked up. Also each time a member in the meeting speaks, if they state their name, this will save time in us deciphering the different persons and therefore the transcription time will be faster.
- If you are particular about punctuation, dictate commas, new paragraphs etc., otherwise we will punctuate your work for you.
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