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What is meant by difficult audio quality?

The characteristics of a difficult audio file include background noise, static on recordings, more than three speakers with identification of each speaker being required, lots of voice overlapping, lots of technical jargon involving extensive research, faint audio recordings, strong accents, nonnative English speakers, very fast speech. If you have one or more of these present in your audio, it is pretty much guaranteed to be difficult audio. Difficult audio files can be transcribed, but it takes double or more the effort and time to transcribe them.