Many people today have to conduct interviews for different purposes. Sometimes, interviews are needed for the purpose of research, sometimes for media releases, and for many other purposes like these. There are different methods of gathering the data you get from interviews. Mostly used methods are to either write down the interviews or record them.

Why Should You Record Interviews?


Transcription of the interview

The transcription of the interview, like the transcription of any other audio file is tedious and time-consuming process.
What is the difference between transcription of an interview and transcription of other types of audio files? A journalist, researcher, lawyer or someone else records an interview, or just a conversation with someone, or dictates an interesting situation to his/her recording device or smartphone.

Quick turnaround time – on of main requirements


Transcription is a process of converting (transcribing) previously recorded speech to text. Most often, such work is needed to transcribe interviews, seminars, meetings, conferences, roundtables, to create subtitles for video, etc. It may seem that transcribing of audio files is a simple process, but it requires speed, knowledge of grammar, patience, and also quickly typing skills. The process of transcription of audio files is a very tedious and time-consuming process.


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