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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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Before the study began, we asked several professionals (including teachers of students with visual impairments, transcribers, and university professors) to review the instrument to provide feedback on the clarity and order of the questions.
In Texas, training by an itinerant teacher of students with visual impairments is the most commonly used method of training novice braille transcribers (Texas Education Agency, 2000).
Since then, Tucker has hired several transcriber trainees who he is mentoring to become full-time transcribers.
Tudur is a record producer, Simon a solo artist and Andrew a music transcriber.
All dating from the spring and summer of 1755, the 47 letters by, to and about Franklin are in the hand of one Thomas Birch, a contemporary of Franklin's who was a prodigious - almost inveterate - compiler and transcriber of historical documents.
A highly accurate phonetic transcriber is also fundamental since it enables better recognition results.
Ann Druffel, the transcriber of Armand's recordings, became struck with inspiration in 2000; as if guided by Armand's spirit, she penned six more chapters.
As we know, Leopold Stokowski was not only a popular conductor, he also a tireless transcriber of some two hundred works for orchestra.
When Juan Tizol joined the Ellington Orchestra in 1929, he assumed responsibilities as its chief transcriber.