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Hyperaudio

Transcript powered audio and video.

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Descript

Text-based audio editor and automated transcription

Descript is the world’s first audio word processor. Get fast, accurate transcriptions - and then edit audio by editing text. Descript is a toolkit of superpowers for people that work with voice audio.

Fast Company
In 2013, Andrew Mason was famously fired as CEO of Groupon, a company he cofounded. His second act, Detour, was a startup that created podcast-like audio tours. That involved producing a boatload of spoken-word content. And Mason discovered that working with speech in existing sound-editing programs was a hassle.
The Verge
Andrew Mason, the co-founder and former CEO of Groupon whose most recent company produced audio-guided city walking tours, has moved on to his next start up - and it involves more audio technology. Mason's new app Descript is supposed to allow audio editors to make changes to an audio file simply by editing the text transcription of that audio file.
Medium
Writers have the ideal creative tool in the word processor. Learning to use it occupies a brief moment in a career otherwise dedicated to refining one's craft. For print writers, tools rarely get in the way of one's ability to express their ideas.
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Yack.net

Recorded and transcribed calls for team collaboration

A simple and flexible collaboration service, aimed at enabling all types of business conversations.

Auto-transcribed calls, instant messaging, video and file sharing are integrated into a single interface that you control.

Setup an organization for a 7-day trial of recording and transcription. PH users contact support for free trial extension.

Antony Bearpark- Graphic and Web Designer
You can choose who you want to join in the conversation. You can hold a call with specific members and have the ability to replay the call by anyone in the chat. Calls are automatically transcribed so you can search through the system later to find what was said in a specific call.
Antony Bearpark- Graphic and Web Designer
Our team uses Yack.net to send and receive messages and files. We have our clients on too who each have their own Organization that they can invite specific members too to collaborate with, without having to switch accounts or platforms. Each of our team members are connected to the right companies which is all organised under one roof. Additionally, we re… See more
Antony Bearpark- Graphic and Web Designer
Recording isn't free but it lets you make video and audio calls on the app which record and transcribe the audio so you can replay it later.
Medium
When talking to people about Yack.net, I have been asked the same question "If Yack.net is such a good idea, why have you only just got round to building it?" While solutions to create recordings and transcriptions of your meetings already exist, these existing methods are expensive, time-consuming and may even disrupt the balance of power within your compan… See more
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Rev

Transcriptions from your phone

Ryan Shook- Creative Director
Not an editor but at $1/minute it's been a very valuable timesaver.
Gregor Nobis- Full time product enthusiast
Not sure what you mean by "fully automated", "cheaply", "and fast" - but Rev is a pretty good option.
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