Wishing for a recorder transcriber with a press word playback

Now that I’m interviewing so many people, I just wish I had a recorder that could translate audio to typed up words. Although there are some programs like this already, the problem with them is that sometimes the written word is wrong. So imagine this: a recorder transcriber with a press word playback.

While reading the typed up recording, you notice that there’s a word that doesn’t seem right, or you want to check if you got the quote right. All you have to do is press the word, and the device will playback the recording of that exact word. If the typed up version is wrong, then you can just manually correct it. Now wouldn’t that be awesome?

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