Today’s court reporters are charged with collecting and delivering the record to the agency or court system for transcription. Attorneys, agencies and judges rely on obtaining high-quality, accurate and timely transcripts. In partnership with BlueLedge, we’ve recruited Lisa Dees of Justice AV Solutions (JAVS) to provide practical tips on achieving strong audio to generate the best possible transcript from in-person and remote proceedings.


This guide offers tactical advice to capture quality recordings, including:

  • Basics every digital court reporter should have in their recording kit
  • Specific considerations to keep in mind for remote proceedings
  • Advice on microphones, backup recorders and software
  • Tips on audio and confidence monitoring

View the guide