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I have a job transcribing regular cassettes. My transcription machine is dead. I have checked and can record the cassettes to my computer by juryrigging a "cable" between a cassette player earphone plug and the direct online input on my computer sound card, but the Windows system seems not set up for transcription as much as it is set up for just listening.
I am looking for transcription software. Would appreciate information on software program and cost.