Today I downloaded a YouTube video of (what I think is) a 1964 BBC Horizon broadcast of Arthur C Clarke, stripped the audio and cut it up for use in a track I’d put together. It’s all complete and I’ve uploaded it to SoundCloud.
Essentially, it’s my cackhanded take on the Public Service Broadcasting idea.
While I anticipate that only a few people are likely to feel obligated to show any interest in it, and while I strongly doubt there’s much possibility of anyone that matters caring that much, is anyone here able to point me in the direction of any good advice in respect of the sampling of non-musical audio from a TV recording? I can find lots about the legality of sampling, but it’s all musical stuff.