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I've heard of people recording university lectures and I am intrigued. 

Being profoundly hearing impaired I struggle with video free Telecon meetings. Has anyone had any success using Evernote's dictation to capture phone audio? I am also considering a more specialized app such as Naunce Dragon Anywhere.

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23 hours ago, pcryan5 said:

I've heard of people recording university lectures and I am intrigued. 

Being profoundly hearing impaired I struggle with video free Telecon meetings. Has anyone had any success using Evernote's dictation to capture phone audio? I am also considering a more specialized app such as Naunce Dragon Anywhere.

I haven't done much recording and am not enthused at having a hour recording of mostly non-important stuff

The Cogi product in the discussion below interests me
You only record the important points; it can roll back 30 seconds or so to record
Its easy to transfer the audio clips to Evernote, and there is a phone feature

 

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...and I'm not sure how you'd use the normal Evernote recording feature to capture a phone call.  There's specialised software for Skype-style calls,  and in a drawer somewhere I have a microphone adapter that sticks on to the old moving-coil phone receivers (that are now pretty much extinct) to record the action.  Are you involved on this call by mobile,  or landline,  or voice-over-internet?

I'd suggest that a separate specialist app is the best way to capture the content - the output files can still be stored in Evernote (subject to maximum note sizes*) along with your notes.

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