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05 Feb4 Ways to Operate KUDO’s Interpreter Interface


If you’ve been interpreting long enough, you’re probably used to always finding a piece of hardware on your desk as you walk into the booth. It is the equipment that connects you to the audience in the conference hall and to your boothmates in adjacent booths. It is what allows you to hear and be heard. In time, it has become an…

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31 JanLife as an Interpreting Intern at KUDO


Today is the last day as an intern here at KUDO. As a freshly graduated interpreter with an MA in Translation and Interpretation from MIIS, I was eager to learn and to gather experience as fast as possible. My internship at KUDO has provided me with a unique insight into the language industry and allowed me to do just that….

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07 DecInterpreting through KUDO: An Insider’s View


Cloud-based interpretation (a.k.a. RSI) is the biggest technological innovation in interpreting since the Nuremberg Trials, when the simultaneous mode was officially adopted. Granted, audio quality, microphone design and headset ergonomics have all improved markedly since World War II. But despite the modern technology behind it, a microphone is still a microphone. And the headsets used in Nuremberg don’t look drastically…

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