Anyway, sometimes you may be watching a commercial on TV or listening to one on the radio (umm.. am I the only one who still does that?), and there might be a funny scenario in it that you want to animate.
And let's say you end up finding that commercial on YouTube or somewhere you can get the audio, and, well, you want to put it in an animation on Scratch.
But.. is it considered commercial spamming? I mean, in no way whatsoever am I affiliated with any businesses, so I'm not trying to advertise my non-existent business. I'll also avoid putting the name of the business in there (unless the character so happens to say it in the scenario), therefore I'll cut out the parts where the business's personal info (such as the website, phone number, etc.) is mentioned and I'll try to make sure I only leave the part that I wanted to animate.
If push comes to shove (well, just generally), I'll also be sure to put a note in the description that says something like:
The audio is from a commercial by (business name). I am in no way affiliated with (business name) and I used this audio only for entertainment purposes.
TL;DR Can I use audio from commercials (without the business's personal info) in an animation on Scratch, or is this considered commercial spamming?