If you’ve seen some of my pervious videos, you’ll already know that audio-notetaking can be much easier than taking written notes. The thing is, your audio-notes are only as good as the audio you’ve recorded in the first place. If disaster strikes and your recordings are a little on the dodgy side, it doesn’t have to be the end of the world. In this tips and tricks video you’ll learn how Sonocent Audio Notetaker’s ‘Clean Lecture Tools’ can help save the day.
If you like what you see download a free trail to try for yourself.
Have you tried note taking software? What did you think of it? Did it take the stress out of note-taking? Let us know in the comments below.
Video produced by Sean Douglas
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