Deşifre

Metni olmayan, görsel ve/veya işitsel bir malzemenin dinlenmek suretiyle yazıya dökülmesine deşifre, daha çok bilinen ve kullanılan adıyla tape etme ya da transkripiyon denir. Buna neden gerek duyulur? Diyelim bir konferansta konuşmacılar iki saat boyunca doğaçlama konuştular, sonradan bunun yazılı hale getirilmesi istendi o zaman deşifre yapılması gerekir. Deşifre yapılırken, birkaç önemli nokta vardır. Birincisi ses kaydının temiz net olması.  Yaptığım deşifrelerden hareketle, kaydedilirken buna hiç dikkat edilmez desem yeridir. Ses mühendisliği diye ayrı bir bölüm varken, sesin üvey evlat muamelesi görmesi ayrıca düşündürücüdür!  İkincisi, birincisi kadar önemli olduğu için ikincisi demeye dilimin varmadığı, deşifreyi yapacak kişinin o dili ana dil düzeyinde konuşuyor olmasıdır. Deşifre yapılırken duyulan sese göre kişileştirme yapılır. Bir kadın konuşuyorsa örneğin, 0.15 Kadın denir. Yani 15.saniyede kadın konuşmaya başladı. Sonra konuşmaya bir erkek girdi. 1.25 Erkek denir.  Deşifre timecode'lu yapılır. Anlaşılmayan sözcükler, o anda bir sandalyenin çekilmesinden kaynaklı cızırtıdan dolayı örneğin, tekrar tekrar dinleneceğinden, konuşma hızı yazma hızından hızlı olacağından epey zahmetli bir iştir. Bir saatlik bir materyalin deşifresi bir saatte bitmez!

deşifre 1 İngilizce

Narrator: -It's history

Man: -Let the world go forth from this time and place.

Narrator: -The figures

Man 2: -Mister Gorbachove

Narrator:-The events

Man:-Tear down this war

Narrator:-The drama the deep questions

0.20 Man 3 -We did dig deep in art history and our dictum, and remember we are not descendants from fearful men

Narrator: It's hardcore history

0.38 Dan:  I am thinking about calling this episode of the show musings  or something. After all, that is what all the shows could or should probably be called, all of our episodes, because that is really what I do here, or what I am aiming to do anyway. You see, for those who don't know, I am a student of history I am not a teacher of history I am a student of history. And I enjoy the weird angles and perennial questions and all the things that history brings up. I am a lover of people and people are what history, that is human history is about right, in all of our forms, permutations and cultures and challenges. And we are about what 15 shows in this Hardcore History Podcast and I noticed that in some of the episodes, the tails been wagging the dog little bit. And the stories and historical events which are supposed to be just the backdrop that allows me to bring up this little weird things I like to talk about have become more important than the little weird things.

Deşifre 2 İngilizce

Press conference USA on VOA news now. News makers from America and around the world speak with journalists in an unscripted and unrehearsed discussion about the critical issues facing the United States and the world. Here is your host on this edition of Press conference USA Carol Castiel

 

0.21: Welcome to press conference USA on VOA news now. I am Carol Castiel. Joining me on the program is VOA senior news analyst Gary Thomas.  Our special guest on this edition of the program is a distinguished retired General and one of Americas foremost expert on international policy. Brent Scowcroft served as national security adviser under US Presidents Gerald Ford and George HW Bush. During a previous 29 years military career he rose to the rank of Lieutenant General. Currently General Scowcroft is the president of Scowcroft Group, an international consulting firm, and we are coming to you from his office  in downtown Washington. During his impressive military and public policy career General Scowcroft served in numerous prestigious positions from military assistant to former president Richard Nixon, to special assistant  to the director of the Joint Chiefs of Staff. And he was a leading Republican critic of the US policy towards Iraq, before and after the US led invasion in 2003. General Scowcroft is co-author along with Zbigniew Brzezinski, of America and the world conversations on the future of American foreign policy. And indeed we look forward to having a conversation with General Scowcroft on  a number of issues confronting the Obama administration  from relations with Russia to the Middle East to North Korea and the threat of nuclear proliferation. General Scowcroft welcome to the program

 1.50 Scowcroft: Thank you very much, it's nice to be with you.

 1.52 Carol: And I am also delighted to welcome   my colleague Gary Thomas

 1.55: Gary: Always good be here Carol

 

Deşifre 3 İngilizce

The following class is brought to you by the American Accent Workshop, for more information please visit www.accentworkshop.com

   

  0.16 Summers: -Hi and welcome to the first class of the American Accent Workshop. My name is Sheri Summers and I am very happy to have you with us here today. I think over the next while you are going to learn a lot of new information, things that you were not aware of before. One of my main goals for you is to have a lot of "aha" moments. What I mean by that is, moments where you say I did not realize that, be-cause I can guarantee you, you are going to have a lot more than you can imagine right now, there is a lot about American pronunciation and accent that you probably never been thought before. Let me explain a little bit about our classes. I am the person who tends to focus on the details and then I move towards the big picture.  I am going to tell you all of the little nuances, the little subtleties, the little differences that you will find in American English, compare to what you may have learned before or your own native language and then I am going to make it bigger and bigger until you can see the big picture. My partner, Mark Bev on the other hand likes to go the opposite way. He likes to start with the big picture and gets smaller. And you know what? It does not matter. It does not matter where we start it does not matter as long as we all end up in the same place.