no, recording just takes and writes the RTP stream (with whatever codec UCCX uses). There's no such thing like peeking into the stream. You can't even work with the recording document until the script execution pointer moves on to the next step.
What you can do is to do the Recording step and then, with the next step being a custom Java Do/Set step, detect the intensity of voice energy, although I must warn you, you need to set a subjective level of what you consider "silence" (as over the phone, some background noise, hiss etc will definitely come through.
There's a Java method for detecting dB level or RMS:
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the softkeys. You enable or disable them via TCL. Here is the long
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