hiall wrote:The gong or a bass note is played at the beggining of the video at 0:00 and it is rung or played through out the entirety of the audio
OK, so you're referring to the bass drone. I didn't recognize what you meant by "gong sound".
That can't be removed completely without damaging the sound of the voices, but you can substantially reduce the loudness of the drone by filtering. If you use the "Plot Spectrum" effect (http://manual.audacityteam.org/man/plot_spectrum.html
) you can see there are peaks at about 27 Hz, 72 Hz, 110 Hz, 146 Hz and 220 Hz (Tip: set the "Axis" control to "Logarithmic"). You can notch filter out those frequencies. See: http://manual.audacityteam.org/man/notch_filter.html
hiall wrote:Your judgment and knowledge of law are off and wrong
I didn't mention "law". Copyright law varies considerably from country to country and we have users all over the world. It is a matter of forum policy (regardless of country or state legislation) that we do not condone or support copyright infringement. We do like to encourage supporting original artists.
hiall wrote:This is for personal use, their mp3 also has the gong or bass note in there as well .
Why don't you ask the creator of that recording if they could give you a version without the bass drone?