Customer asks me to deliver MP3 file
Thread poster: Gillian Searl

Gillian Searl  Identity Verified
United Kingdom
Local time: 11:41
Member (2004)
German to English
Oct 19, 2009

Hi everybody,
I have a normal PC (Vista Business) with headphones and a microphone that I use for skype calls. Today I got an unusual request. The customer wants me to translate a short pragraph, then record it and send it back as an mp3 file. Can you tell me how to do that???

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Local time: 14:41
You will need an mp3 voice recorder Oct 19, 2009

It is pretty simple, you should translate the paragraph and read it loud to the voice recorder...

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Attila Piróth  Identity Verified
Local time: 12:41
English to Hungarian
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Audacity Oct 19, 2009

Hi Gillian,

Audacity is a good first choice for this task. It is quite intuitive, and offers a few useful features, such as noise removal. You woN't produce studio-level quality with an entry level mike and headphone -- but if it is for a message for an answering machine or some other application where clear audibility is the most important factor, Audacity will be perfectly sufficient.

Kind regards,

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