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Types of Transcription We Offer

Types of Transcription We Offer

Need a transcript produced from your audio recording? Here at Outsource-Typing we draw on our many years’ combined experience in secretarial and transcription work to offer you a professionally presented end product.

Transcription of lengthy reports, correspondence, interviews or discussions can be time-consuming and often quite technical. We can transcribe your audio files for you to produce an accurate record of what was discussed or dictated, saving you time to get on with your research or core business tasks.

We can accept the following:

  • Medical Transcription
    Medico-legal reports, medical notes, summaries, clinic letters, etc.
  • Legal Transcription
    Letters, memos, court documents
  • Academic Transcription
    We assist students, lecturers and professors in transcribing lectures to assist students. We accurately type research interviews
  • HR Transcription
    We can produce a verbatim transcript of your grievance and disciplinary hearing meetings
  • Media Transcription
    We can transcribe your YouTube videos, radio, video, or podcast content
  • Market Research Transcription
    In-depth discussions, one-to-one and multi-speaker interviews, focus groups
  • Other Types of Transcription
    These might include journalist interviews, conference recordings, seminars, panel discussions, focus groups on anything and everything

    If there’s something you don’t see on the list above, contact us and we will advise on how best to carry out the work to the highest standards.

Types of format we offer
Full details of the below formats can be provided to you prior to commencement so we know what type of finished transcript you would like.  We offer four types:

  1. Full Verbatim
    Includes everything that is said. 
  2. Standard Format
    A verbatim transcript, but excludes insignificant prompts by the interviewer, half sentences, repeated words, etc.
  3. Smart Style
    This type of transcript avoids use of verbiage, but includes half sentences, repeated words, etc. 
  4. Media Transcript
    In a tabled format to include time codes each time there is a new speaker / segment / introduction / music / sound effects, etc.  

If you’d like to an example copy transcript of any or all of the above just ask – we will be happy to produce copies of these for you to peruse to help make your decision easier.

If you would like to adapt any of the above formats with any of your own requests or additions we are happy to work to your preferred needs – we aim to provide a tailored service. The above will hopefully give you a solid framework.

If you are carrying out research interviews or dictating for the first time take a look at our 8 Top Tips for Recording Interviews article, which can be found here.