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One of our most commonly requested services is interview transcription; specifically one-to-one interviews. Given the volume of interview transcription projects that we have worked on over the years, we have a wide range of experience in this field.
King Audio Transcription & Typing Services has a varied and prolific history of providing accurate interview transcriptions covering legal, research, human resources, business and oral history interviews for varied clientele including lawyers from various disciplines, businesses, book editors, video production companies, universities and students both in the UK and Europe.
King Audio Transcription & Typing Services is an approved supplier to some of the UK’s top universities and colleges including University of Oxford, University of Cambridge, University of Cardiff and University of Birmingham to name a few.
Many firms do not have a large enough volume of interviews to justify an in-house transcriptionist, therefore a good option is to outsource.
When you outsource your interview transcription to King Audio Transcription & Typing Services you can rest assured that your project will be handled by a seasoned professional.
Groups and individuals such as university researchers can also benefit from outsourcing their interview transcription needs to King Audio Transcription & Typing Services. It is often necessary to have typed interview transcripts; however, it is also true that researchers will generally be too busy to spend the time necessary to produce complete interview transcripts of what might amount to many hours of data. The best option in these cases is to outsource.
A high-quality recording is fundamental to the production of a perfect interview transcript. Here are a few tips aimed at those who plan to record interviews for transcription, based on previous interview recordings we have received:
Do not hold interviews in public places like coffee shops; background noise can distort the speakers, making an accurate transcription difficult to actualize. We suggest holding your interviews in a quiet room with minimal echo; this will ensure the recording is clear, and background noises will not interfere.
Place the microphone at an equal distance between the interviewer and the interviewees.
Ensure all interviewees know that they are being recorded and know the placement of the microphone, so that they can direct their speech towards the microphone.
Place the microphone on something soft like a cushion to absorb resonance, thus preventing echo.