How accurate are your transcriptions?
We pride ourselves on producing transcriptions of the highest accuracy humanly possible. But how accurate a transcription is on a number of factors:
- Clarity and quality of the recording.
- Quality of the sample you provide.
- The techniques used to mix and master the recording.
- Whether you provide a stereo or mono recording.
- Complexity of the music (harmonic and rhythmic structures).
- Style of the performer and the techniques employed.
- Number of instruments in the recording.
- Whether performance notes are available (for example, information about an alternate guitar tuning being used or whether the trombone was fitted with an F-attachment)
We endeavour to get every nuance possible from the recording…unless you don’t need that much detail! Let us know if all you need is a “close-enough” transcription, because this will help us get the job done quicker, and that means it will be cheaper for you.
You might find cheaper transcribers out there, but sometimes you get what you pay for. We have gained a reputation for our obsession with accuracy, and our pricing structure reflects the amount of time and passion we put into transcriptions.
At Audio Graffiti, your music is transcribed by a human being, not a piece of software. In our experience, software that claims to automatically transcribe music generally fails with anything other than a simple melody or harmonically simple music. High levels of accuracy requires human involvement. But because we are human, we may make the occasional error. If the transcription we provide you contains errors, we are always happy to make the necessary corrections at no additional charge.