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Query Details


Query Subject:   Minidisc Use in the Field and Lab
Author:   Lynne Murphy
Submitter Email:  click here to access email

Linguistic LingField(s):  Not Applicable

Query:   Steven Keiser's recent posting discusses the usability of minidiscs in
recording acoustic data. I recently decided against using minidisc
technology in the development of a corpus of spoken language because
it seemed like transcription would be difficult (since there doesn't
seem to be such a thing as a minidisc dictaphone transcriber). Does
anyone have a way around this problem?

Thanks in advance,
Lynne Murphy

Dr M Lynne Murphy
Lecturer in Linguistics

School of Cognitive and Computing Sciences
University of Sussex
Falmer
Brighton BN1 9QH
>From UK: (01273) 678844 fax: (01273) 671320
Outside UK: +44-1273-678844 fax: +44-1273-671320
LL Issue: 14.92
Date posted: 10-Jan-2003



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