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Multi speakers... - Dedos Huesudos

Posted: Jan 3rd, 2019 - 10:08 am In Reply to: Multi speakers for legal transcription - NYMT

For a few years I did transcriptions of telephone hearings - a judge and as many as 9-10 assorted others including attorneys, clients, witnesses, and background voices. All had to be transcribed verbatim and included coughs, sneezes, chiming clocks in the background, babies crying, dogs barking... I think you get the picture.

If your company gives you clear specs and backs you up when the client complains of too frequent use of the [UNINTELLIGIBLE] option, there's a good chance you can make some money. I was paid by the page (1-inch margins all around, double spaced), and sound files varied in length from 30 - 180 minutes. It also depends on the sound quality of the recording and which judge was presiding. Only a few of the judges were sticklers about enforcing the rules of one participant speaking at a time and only after that person identified himself/herself by name.

I made enough money to see us through some lean times, but my company lost their contract and I was fortunate to find a local full-time job.


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