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If you are certain that the ET are going to make an order for the recording and transcript to be handed over then it really doesn't matter when you do it. As long as you comply with the order and submit it to the respondent poor to the date on the ET order as they will receive a copy one way or another. I hope this helps.
No, orders are usually made following a preliminary hearing. However if the issue of the hearing is to establish the legitimacy of the recording then you will have to submit your evidence in relation to this which should involve a copy of the recording and a transcript.