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Transcribe

To take dictation of speech and put it into an electronic or written format. Transcription businesses are common in the legal and medical fields; for example, one may hire a company to transcribe court records.
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The first part of the project investigated who transcribed instructional materials into braille and how the materials were prepared (Herzberg & Stough, 2007).
616, for Three Flutes and Alto Flute (or Clarinet on B-Flat)--Wolfgang Amadeus Mozart, transcribed and edited by Karl Kraber.
A second shift was to bring more of the real world into the evaluation by requiring TDT systems to operate on broadcast news audio data that has been transcribed, translated, and segmented into stories without human intervention.
The hearing was adjourned on Wednesday for Mr Gerard Elias QC, defending, to listen to them, but yesterday he asked for them to be transcribed which would take several days.
NASDAQ: NUAN) today announced that Nuance's Voicemail-to-Text service is enabling Cox Wireless' customers to easily and discreetly read transcribed voice messages anywhere, anytime via an SMS text delivered to their mobile phone.
The user can then review, reply, or forward the transcribed voicemail messages in the order of their choosing.
For example, in a pilot study of teachers who served students who read braille, all five teachers reported that they regularly transcribed some materials themselves.
TALKIN' TO MYSELF includes over 2000 songs transcribed directly from the original recordings organized in an A-Z arrangement by author names.
Her literate and inspirational correspondence, most of which was written to family members during her years in Michigan, has been straightforwardly transcribed and presented, along with a smattering of letters from other family members concerning her life.
In a recent examination of the Stomachion, Netz and Wilson made out a word that Heiberg had transcribed incorrectly.
In his counterpoint treatise, Galilei claimed to have transcribed some 14,000 compositions, and the Fronimo includes an anthology of intabulations: 65 madrigals by 16 composers in 1568, 57 madrigals by 30 composers in 1584, reflecting a broader and more modern repertory.