Increasing the Recorder Countdown.

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Whenever I record, I need to move into my recording booth and it takes about 15-20 seconds to get there and begin my voice recording.  I would like to be able to increase my countdown to at least 15 seconds.  I looked in Windows Registry but didn't see anything that I could change there.

So I guess the 10 seconds is hardwired into the programming and cannot be increased??

Thanks for any comments about this.

Rowby
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rowby

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kayakman, Champion

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I assume you're starting Recorder outside the booth?

try this ...

start Recorder [maybe set to not pause at start, no countdown]; when you're in the booth, ready to go, just stay something like "begin recording"

then, just cut that out of the captures
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cpr2010chas

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Clap right before you record. You will see the big spike in the recording and know exactly what to cut out very quickly.
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Ed Covney

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Start recording and pause when the countdown reach zero. Use a 2nd keyboard in the booth to un-pause (and pause) as desired. If there isn't room in the booth for a KB, try a programmable foot pedal. Search Amazon for "iKKEGOL usb programmable foot pedal switch". You can program it to press "F9" for you.