When preparing for an interview or recording any conversation that may be transcribed afterward, being aware of how to record meetings will save you lots of trouble. But to have a clear understanding of what was said largely will depend on the quality of sound recorded.

In a recording, you want the words spoken to be clearly enunciated. If a word is unclear or mumbled for any reason you will have the risk of missing a key point. Typical situations where recordings are affected include the mic being too far away from the speaker, sudden or unaccounted for background noise or when someone else talks at the exact same time.

So knowing how to record meetings will really help you get clear recordings.

Read On For More Tips >