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Use Text and Audio Interchangeably With New UDL Study Tool

Sonocent has today announced the launch of version 4 of its Audio Notetaker tool.
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Sonocent has today announced the launch of version 4 of its Audio Notetaker tool, offering more ways to acquire, express and represent information and accommodating the principals of Universal Design for Learning (UDL).

New tools include Scribe Feature, automatic speech recognition which integrates Dragon Naturally Speaking, and an Audio Clean Up tool to remove hiss and background noise interference.

Other new features include Audio Replace, which enables users to annotate over one recording, but when a higher quality recording becomes available this can be uploaded; all annotations will then be automatically added to the updated version.

For further information visit www.sonocent.com.

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