Research is very important to human kind. With the proper studies, we would not know half of what we do today, and each bit of research leads the way to future discovery.Read More
If you are considering hiring a full time transcriptionist, whether for the recording of meeting minutes, or for accurate medical transcription services, you might want to look at other options first.Read More
If you have recently employed legal assistance, in order to take to the courts with the best possible backing, then you are likely paying close attention to the actions of lawyers and their legal teams.Read More
Whether you are a member of a legal office questioning witnesses for an upcoming case, a businessman surveying consumers about their needsRead More
Over the past several years, there has been a shift occurring online. Rather than writing blog posts, many people with interesting things to say have turned to podcasting.Read More
In previous blogs we have given quite a bit of thought to what makes for good transcription, but I was recently given cause to turn things on their head and consider what shockingly bad transcription might be like.Read More
Audio books are a fantastic resource.
There’s just something magical about listening to the dulcet tones of Alan Rickman as he narrates Thomas Hardy’s Return of the Native. And Stephen Fry’sRead More
PACE Transcription stands for Police and Criminal Evidence. The police and councils record confidential and important interviews onto standard cassette tapes – yes they still use standard C90 cassette tapes!Read More
Why do people record their interviews in noisy places?
That’s the question many transcribers ask when their pedals are in overdrive as they rewind, play, rewind, play over and over again to make sense of the words lost in the background noise. Noise that is quite often oblivious to the interviewer.Read More
You are a one-man/woman business. Your business is talking to people, extracting information and then designing your services around their requirements.Read More