I don't think anyone has had any actual legal action happen (aside from that wind-up records thing with the org). What it sounds like though is that the video editing _might_ be covered by fair use, but the audio is usually left untouched. I've had audio taken down by Warner without it being owned by Warner. One idea could also be to upload it without music and link to tubedubber. But no matter how much legal right you have, it's still their house and you have to play by their rules. If they felt like taking down someone who does all their content themselves, there's nothing they could do legally since youtube has the right to not accept whatever they feel like. It would be nice, however, if any of the processes were done by a person instead of a computer however.
"Uhmmm... You know... it was at that point that I realized that maybe Thierry wasn't actually a film maker, and he was maybe just someone with mental problems who happened to have a camera. " -Banksy