I realize the importing of audio files into the transcription engine isn’t currently a feature in Drafts. I’m not sure how useful that would be to anyone else. If a few others think this might be a good feature to have, I can write up a quick use-case and post a feature request topic.
For now, without a feature request, I’m trying to figure out the best way to perform transcription on hundreds and hundreds of voice recordings (my brainstorming notes).
In general, I was walking my dog when I made most of these recordings, sometimes sitting in the car. So there’s background noise and I’m usually talking too fast.
I could use the “Anytune Pro” app (if you have other suggestions, LMK) to slow down the audio enough to give the transcription more breathing room to perform the transcription.
Would a headphone-to-microphone cable work to give a best-case-possible connection if say I were to use my iPhone as the audio source, and my iPad Pro as the Drafts Transcription endpoint?
Is there a better way to do this? Its gonna take FOREVER.
Thanks so much for any ideas. Even crazy ideas are welcome!
p.s. Dog Tax!
Here’s the doggo who inspires me so much that I thankfully have this much raw brainstorming to work with. His name is Hubble, he’s named after Edwin Hubble, after whom the Hubble Space Telescope is also named. He got that name because he’s as handsome as Robert Redford in “The Way We Were” and because he’s my little satellite-observer.
Whenever I see The Universe through his eyes, it all looks a whole lot more wondrous: