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    Sound/conversation capture

    by richardqpersonal ·


    Hi everyone – I’m doing some short term work interviewing people and am looking for a way of capturing the recording of the teams/voice call.
    Clearly the participants know I am recording the call as it is part of the call set up process – However I appear to be having some technical issues.
    I can/have recorded my own audio, but it doesn’t seem to be capturing the other party(ies) on the call.
    I am using MS Teams, but unfortunately not the enterprise software, as I wouldn’t have this problem!
    I’m using a bluetooth Polycom headset connected to my MacBook Pro – I’m looking for a solution to either capture the audio and produce an audio file, or capture the transcription of the conversation.
    I’ve tried Otter – which seems to work and then not capture the third party audio that well, the sound seems to be muted.
    Just looking for some guidance on how I could work around this and create a solution, which might not be that elegant – but would do the job!
    trying to handwrite everything across 60H of calls – There must be a better/easier way of capturing the data.

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      What about the simplest of solutions?

      by rproffitt ·

      In reply to Sound/conversation capture

      Use another recorder. And I do mean another recorder (not software.) I have on my desk a TASCAM DR-40 that is great at such work. Overkill most of the time.

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