When your foot is off the pedal the bearing is not touching anything, not spinning, it cannot make noise if it's not doing anything.
When you put pressure on the pedal the TO touches the spinning fingers on the clutch and begins to spin.
If the bearing is bad it will squeak, crunch, grind, etc then.
When it's not spinning it cannot make any more noise than if it was sitting all by itself on your bed in the house.
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Your tape - that's the typical classic sound of a TO bearing dying.