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If you can't understand a recording, what do you typically do?
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Normally, I would repeat or rewind the recording a few times to see if I can familiarize myself with the dictation and try to decipher it but if it doesn't work, I would try slowing it down instead since there would then be an emphasis on the enunciation of the words possibly making it easier for me to understand.
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I would follow department policy. First, try to figure it out. If I still cannot, I would ask someone to listen, tag it for QA.
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Politely asked to repeat the recording or see if I can replay the recording.
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The first thing I would do is try to adjust the recording device. Failing that I would ask for help from a peer.
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I will listen once agian of I dont I will inform my superior to listen.
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I used to scribble it on paper the main points.
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Put a blank and relisten later.
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Repeatedly backward the audio. Listen carefully.
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Advance the tape to try and piece together statement.
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Pause, readership what 5 he report is about and restart.
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