However, you don't really have to do that because chances are you can find multiple videos on YouTube of a similar enough arrangement. Problem is, these recordings might be too fast, too slow, or have unnecessary fluff before or after the recording you want to listen to. So what I do is use a site like listentoyoutube.com/ or youtube-mp3.org/
to convert the video to an MP3 file.
Now that YouTube video with a bunch of talking before the audio, or a medley of tunes with the one you want to hear in the middle, or a setting that was too slow or too fast, can be trimmed to the part you need and either sped up or slowed down. You lose the visual component, but it opens up a whole world of Clifftop Festival video field recordings, Irish session videos, how-to videos and more for a headphones jam.