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NASA Sample CD?

Can I take public domain recordings (NASA) and sell a sample CD with them?
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I have loopmasters sample pack that some samples from a NASA video.
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Sit on youtube and go, spend some hours there and you'll find lots of interesting stuff.
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To OP, Yep we paid for them. i'm also in the process of using some of their audio files
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There is a Reason refill that someone somewhere made for free that is just the audio from the Apollo landings chopped up and mapped to keys.

Sounds like its fairly common?
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its common, I wanted to get my feet wet with pro sample cd production.
you know, $5 packs on ebay.
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I'd love to get my hands on some of the Gemini flight recordings. I can find tons on the Mercury and Apollo programs, but the Gemini program seem to suffer from middle child syndrome.
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I'd love to get my hands on some of the Gemini flight recordings. I can find tons on the Mercury and Apollo programs, but the Gemini program seem to suffer from middle child syndrome.
Have you checked out this DVD?

http://www.amazon.com/Project-Gemini...3139059&sr=1-7
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@Robonaut

Thinks for the tip I do own most of the Spacecraft film dvd's. I'm a big old spaceflight geek. Mark at Spacecraft does an amazing job of cleaning up the old footage. As far as that Gemini set most of the audio is not from in flight. It's narration and astronaut recollection as voice over. Well, at least the portions of the flights I want to get my hands on. I do thank you for the link
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its common, I wanted to get my feet wet with pro sample cd production.
you know, $5 packs on ebay.
Then I suggest you start by making your own material instead of repackaging existing stuff .

I've heard there's demand for birdsong.
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Yoozer, FIGHT!

No really I want to turn NASA recordings into an instrument with effx, vocoder, reversed, all that. mangled,
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Ah - in that case, ignore my reply, since you're doing something creative with it. eBay's already flushed with cheap "HOT MOTIF SAMPLES" made by people who just slapped Autosampler on their workstation and let that run for a day or two.
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Just in case someone wanders in and wants to know:

NASA - Apollo 11 Onboard Audio Database
Here's the whole. darn. mission. MET means Mission Elapsed Time. Right click the links and save as. This was put up for the 40th Anniversary of Apollo 11. NASA has materials on a number of different sites, so for the other missions, Google is your friend.

I found some Gemini audio on archive.org. Not sure if it's what the OP is looking for, but it's something. Gemini I : NASA : Free Download & Streaming : Internet Archive

This is the main NASA Audio page of archive.org: NASA Audio Collection : Free Movies : Download & Streaming : Internet Archive

NASA does not assert copyright on its media, it is all paid for by the taxpayers and is 'for all mankind'.

In addition to triggering samples, or jamming along with the tracks, these are good for feeding into granular synths for warping and mangling.
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Thanks for the links I need to check them out. See If NASA has put up what I'm looking for.

Also if anyone want to hear some cool sound ( I think they are cool anyway) Look for the NASA Voyager field recordings. I picked up 11 tracks over 5 hours of sounds. To me it's erie musique concrete. I love it You can find it on cd baby and I tunes that I know of.
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I love it You can find it on cd baby and I tunes that I know of.
Last time i've searched, i had no luck.

Got the catalogue number?
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I can't seem to find it on Cd baby at this time. It was there two or three months ago. But search Itunes for "Symphony of the planets" or "NASA Voyager" it pops right up. It was released as a 5 disc Lazerlight set But that appears to be out of print and clowns want a few hundred bucks for it. I'd like a none mp3 copy.
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But search Itunes for "Symphony of the planets" or "NASA Voyager" it pops right up.
No luck here. Zero results.
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If you want some cool samples that are NASA related there have been some very good documentaries on the Apollo missions in the last couple years with good quality recordings but I think those would not be public domain.
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Just in case someone wanders in and wants to know:

NASA - Apollo 11 Onboard Audio Database
Here's the whole. darn. mission. MET means Mission Elapsed Time. Right click the links and save as. This was put up for the 40th Anniversary of Apollo 11. NASA has materials on a number of different sites, so for the other missions, Google is your friend.

I found some Gemini audio on archive.org. Not sure if it's what the OP is looking for, but it's something. Gemini I : NASA : Free Download & Streaming : Internet Archive

This is the main NASA Audio page of archive.org: NASA Audio Collection : Free Movies : Download & Streaming : Internet Archive

NASA does not assert copyright on its media, it is all paid for by the taxpayers and is 'for all mankind'.

In addition to triggering samples, or jamming along with the tracks, these are good for feeding into granular synths for warping and mangling.
The NASA site is one of the best on the Internet it's MASSIVE
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