Krisp is an excellent tool to increase transcription and facilitate dictation. You can use Krisp to record anything from interviews, dictations, seminars, phone conferences, or even voice notes that you may have to include in a document. You can even turn on the volume of the speaker and the background noise to eliminate the need for ear plugs. Also, you can adjust the volume of the recording when you need to, so it will not interfere with anyone else on the call.
Krisp also eliminates the need for connecting a headset or microphone to your computer so that you are able to communicate while on the phone. Simply use any normal headset or microphone integrated with your Windows Conferencing app when Krisp is engaged. The additional layer of noise coming through your computer speakers will be eliminated, allowing you to speak freely. It is also possible to use the volume slider to control the sound coming through your system.
One of the great things about using a computer with an integrated risk app is that the sound comes through your computer speakers. If you are listening to a deposition via your hearing aid, the accent will be on the line of the person being called, not on the speaker. This is also true if you are making a phone conference. A small microphone connected to your phone is a good way to eliminate the background hum or chatter associated with typical teleconferencing. Using the additional layer of noise originating through your computer, the clarity of the voice is more consistent and the accent on the key points becomes more pronounced.