I’ve begun recording dictation mp3 files for Gregg Notehand (you can listen to the first two files for Unit 2 at this link). Notehand doesn’t concern itself with training for speed per se, yet I would like to know how to calculate my recording speed and supply that information if at all possible. For instance, if I want to record my speech at, say, 40 wpm, how would I regulate my speaking speed as I record to know that I am, in fact, speaking/recording at 40 wpm? I’m doing these recordings in Audacity, which I know is speed-adjustable after-the-fact to some extent (though I don’t think I can just type in a number and tell it exact wpm, though I’m not sure– I’m still getting to know the program). I plan to make dictation recordings for the entire Notehand text, but before I get too far into it, I was just looking for some direction on how to go about it. Notehand supplies the wordcount for all its Reading & Writing Practices in the key, so I don’t need to calculate that. I just need to know how to calculate my own speaking speed so I can try to be consistent. Thanks for any help!