We can convert all your recordings into a professionally written document (including indicating fillers such as “err”, “um”, “cough”, “sigh”) as required by your university.



Transcribing Service

After spending all that time finding interviewees, preparing questions and conducting the interviews, you will still need to put it into a written document. Let us help you to save time by converting it into a Word document for you.


Our team will listen to your audio and type it out for you.


The price is dependent  on your audio quality, length of audio file and number of individuals.

We will need to give you a quote after having a listen to your audio file.

Deadline: Please do give us a reasonable deadline. Please remember that transcribing is a very time consuming process, which takes even longer when doing professionally and having to add fillers such as “um” and “err”. 1 minute of audio tape can take us between 10 – 15 minutes to transcribe.


If you are ready to send your document please see the procedure.


Email us at:
Call us: 020-8144-8842 (From overseas: +44 20-8144-8842)
QQ: (Tony): 2230014517 | (Rick): 1928215946
Wechat: (Rick): rick446732
Skype: (Tony): proofessor_tony | (Rick): rick_proofessor



Who is checking my document?

All our proofreaders must have the following before we consider their application Native English speaker Graduated in UK / Ireland universities Excellent command of English We have strict testing criteria before allowing them to join in order to ensure that all our team is composed of the strongest proofreaders. As for the transcribing service they must also have knowledge of professional transcribing requirements and layout. Therefore, not all our editors can offer this service.

What is your turnaround?

Transcribing is unexpectedly time consuming and therefore we cannot accept short deadlines for this service because just a 20 minute file and can be a full day’s work. I would suggest a minimum of 48 hours for audio files up to 30 minutes. However, in periods of high demand it would be best to give us longer deadlines to ensure the availability of transcribers.


Have more questions?

For a full list of Frequently Asked Questions please visit our FAQ Page.