Professionally transcribe up to 25 mins of audio within 48 hours

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What you get with this Hourlie

I will transcribe up to 25 minutes of English language audio and return the completed transcript to you within 48 hours. The transcript will be provided to you in Word 2016 (.docx) format and will feature verbatim formatting (i.e., I will maintain the essence of the conversation while removing any unnecessary stumbles and repetitions).

Why me?

I'm an experienced professional audio transcriber who regularly carries out work for some of the UK's leading audio
transcription companies. This work includes transcription for major media organisations and fancy academic
institutions. In short, transcription is my day job and my reputation depends on providing accurate and time-effective results.

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  • I can transcribe 1 extra minute of audio

    Requires no additional time

  • I can deliver all work in 1 working day

What the Seller needs to start the work

My aim is to make your transcription as accurate and as complete as possible. You can help me to achieve this by making sure that your audio complies with the following:

- Your provided recording should be contained within some type of common audio format - ,e.g., .mp3, .wav, or .aiff.
Other audio formats are acceptable, but having to convert these files may mean it takes me slightly longer to
complete your order - so stick to the common ones if you can.

- English transcription only. Inclusion of short non-English phrases/passages is perfectly fine, but please note that
these are likely to be marked as ‘[Incomprehensible]’ within the audio transcript.

- Please try to ensure that your provided audio is of a good quality and that all speakers are reasonably
comprehensible. As an experienced transcriber I'm fairly adept at deciphering the undecipherable, so a bit of fuzzy
audio or recurrent mumbling isn't going to be a big problem. That said, please accept that there may be a few
unavoidable omissions if your source audio resembles an old-timey recording of two auctioneers arguing next to a