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Catherine Byrne in Dictation, Healthcare, Tips, Transcription

How do I change the Author ID on an Olympus DS-5000 voice recorder?

There are many reasons why the author ID on an Olympus DS-5000 digital voice recorder needs to be changed, amended or deleted.  In busy practices where multiple people use the same recording device during the course of the week, being able to identify who recorded which file is very important.  If a practitioner leaves the practice, […]

Catherine Byrne in Better Audio, Dictation, Focus Groups, Interviews, Mobile Dictating, Transcription

Digital Audio Recorders versus Tape Recorders: Why You Should Go Digital!

For many years, analogue recording systems, particularly tape recorders, were the only options available to anybody wishing to commission a transcript of their interview, focus group, conference or dictation. In recent times, however, digital recorders have quickly overtaken tape recorders as the predominant professional audio recording device. There are numerous advantages to clients in switching […]

Catherine Byrne in Better Audio, Focus Groups, Interviews, Qualitative Research, Research Transcription

Recording Focus Groups? A Few Tips for Great Audio!

Researchers and facilitators know the importance of capturing great audio from group discussions and focus groups because often robust analysis stems from original high quality sound recordings. Without great audio, evidence and precise findings are often difficult to extrapolate. When recording audio consider both the physical recording environment, and the functionality of your digital recorder. […]

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