Update: So I just pulled this track from the cc mixter website because I used samples from PBS NOW that I did not create myself. And although I believe that it is my fair use to use them, and for others to use them, it is an indisputably gray area, and therefore does not belong on CC Mixter, where everyone knows that reuse is free and clear. Fair enough :-)
Here's the new link:
Borrow and Take2 - Colin Powell WMD Hoax Remix
This adds a "vocal" track from Colin Powell, Lawrence Wilkerson and David Brancaccio (PBS-NOW) over the top of Ashwan's Borrow and Take2
The Colin Powell WMD Hoax Remix part comes from a PBS NOW show located here:
The sound clips are from this episode of NOW on PBS: http://www.pbs.org/now/thisweek/index_020306.html
software/hardware: TIVO, Canon GL-2, dual G4 mac, itunes, protools
samples i used:
I believe it was my fair use to use the sound samples from the PBS Now program detailing Larry Wilkerson's recount of the day's events during Powell's speech to the United Nations Security Council.
The video clips and MP3s are here:
I used my tivo to capture NOW and then my camera to capture the video from my tivo via the analog hole. Then I used itunes to generate an mp3 from the .mov file, and imported that into protools, along with ASHWAN's track, to create the first part of this track, which is my remix. (The rest of the track after Colin Powell stops talking is the same as the ASHWAN version.)
The sound clips are from this episode of NOW on PBS.
This uses the clips from NOW with David Brancaccio that interviews Larry Wilkerson, Colin Powell's ex Chief of Staff, about how he and Colin played into the hands of the Shrub Administration when they unwittingly "participated in a hoax on the American People, the International Community, and the United Nations Security Council."
I'm pre-releasing my first mix single that I've created from CC-licensed stuff.
I'm calling it
"Maybe We Can All Do Something."
It will be released under an Attribution-Non-commercial-Sharealike license when it's released. (So consider this version under that license for now.)
Bear in mind that this isn't Craig's speech as it was originally delivered. I've edited it together into versus and a chorus so it sounds cool with the music, but I don't believe I changed the meaning of what he was saying in the slightest.
Hope you like it. Let me know how the mix plays back on your various devices. I might remix before release if it's necessary. It's mixed now for my next
Songs From The Commons podcast, which goes up in the am.