No, I'm not saying that at all.
What I'm saying is this: when a court reporter or transcription service makes a transcript of a recording, it goes back to court. If the judge wants to, they can edit the transcript "for clarity".
I've had judges who knew that I was appealing their decision edit their own transcripts to take out some of the more offensive or off the wall comments. Then I get the transcript, and the judges comments which formed the basis of my appeal (usually on appearance of bias), well those comments suddenly aren't there any more. Big surprise.
You need to get the transcript filed. You have it, file it. But file it with an affidavit, and if you can a motion as well. The affidavit will say under oath that you recall the comments at court to be different from the transcript. The motion should ask for production of the original recording and unedited transcript.
You're treading on some toes here, for sure. You can tell by the judicial editing. So please, if you have any ability to, hire a lawyer. Even if it's only to help you with the paperwork, then you know that it's done right. That shouldn't cost much and is good value for the money.
Does that make sense? Anything else to discuss?