As a transcriptionist, you get paid to listen to audio recordings and type them up for anyone who needs access to the information. This can include recordings of meetings, interviews, and lectures.
No one answer fits all when it comes to transcribing audio to text. The requirements depend on the project. In general, though, you need a good quality recording, a way to transcribe (by hand or using speech-to-text software), and good understanding of the spoken language. Plus, you need to be able to type quickly and accurately.
There is a potential risk of making money with Transcribing Audio to Text. This is because the audio quality may not be clear, or the speaker might not be speaking clearly. Additionally, the transcriptionist may not be able to type fast enough to keep up with the audio.