I had this idea written down for if I ever got really desperate for cash or needed a little extra start up money for other projects. This is by no means an easy method if you do it yourself. You could however outsource it and than it wouldn't be so bad. The below method is mostly for those who either need start up money for a project and cant get it any other way, those who have the means to outsource, or those who are happy having $5-12 an hour translating hard to hear audio. For those of you who don't know what Mturk is its just a micro job site that pays small amounts for small jobs. [Step 1] You will need to sign up for an account on Mturk, which is an Amazon company. [Step 2] If you dont have it already you will need to download Dragon Naturally Speaking, I'm not allowed to post links so If you just search the downloads section here it should pop up right away and you can download it. [Step 3] After you have set up Dragon you need to go through training with it to recognize your voice. [Step 4] Log into Mturk and search for "transcription" There are a few different companies on there but most of them are by CastingWords. You will find that you need to qualify to do a lot of the jobs but the first qualification is just asking for it. It may take a day or so to qualify. [Step 5] After you are accepted you can do some of the lesser jobs, You can get about $5-12 per hour depending on your skill and speed in transcribing. You will need to transcribe the audio yourself using Dragon. So as you listen to the audio just repeat what is said and format the conversation as you go along. You can go through about 10 seconds at a time and after a while it shouldn't take more than about 15-20 seconds to transcribe about 10 seconds of audio and for mat it depending on your typing skills. After a while they will let you do some of the more difficult ones that pay more. Again this isn't for everyone. I hope that this can help at least a couple people out either by doing it themselves or taking this method and applying it somewhere else. As always if you have any questions I will do my best to help, and would be grateful to anyone who can add some constructive input.