Q. I have some academic interviews recorded in Spanish. I require an English translation of the interviews. Do I need to have the initial Spanish transcription prepared, and then have the resulting transcript translated from Spanish into English?

If you only require the resulting English translation of the Spanish interviews, it is not necessary to opt for a two-stage process: transcription followed by translation. We can provide a one-step translation from the Spanish audio files into English and the cost would be calculated at a rate per source audio minute.

If you need both the Spanish transcription and a corresponding translation into English, the rate would be calculated in two stages: a rate per source audio minute for transcription, and then a rate per 1000 words for the translation.