Express Scribe For Linux 4.31
Free digital transcription software for typists on Linux - Express Scribe is professional audio playback control software designed to assist the transcription of audio recordings.
It is installed on the typist's computer and can be controlled using the keyboard (with 'hot' keys) and/or foot pedals. Features include variable speed playback (constant pitch), ability to dock both analog and digital portable recorders to load recordings and more.
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