Disclaimer: IANALOriginally Posted by chrldr1818
The Question really is on who holds the copyright on the material. If it is Voss and he says its ok for you to D/L, then its fine. If it is somone else and they dont want it D/L'ed it could be a problem.
Thats the technical issue: on the reality issue, unless Vos or his recording company is a member of the RIAA, there is little reason to feel that anyone will procecute.
Remember, with the Exception of one or two musicians, all the lawsuits come from the RIAA (Recording Industry Association of America) or the MPAA (Motion Picture Association of America), and unless they are affiliated with the specific artist/producer then if they sue you, they can be in deep doo doo.
As for d/l LCS, The question comes to the definition of 'Fair Use' Which states that you can use : Parts of a recorded work for educational/ research use. You can make back-up copies for your personal use (but you cannot sell it and you must destroy the backup if you sell the original). You can also use a work for satirical purposes.
can you satire a satire? Is is (to quote Bill Maher) Satarized for your protection, thats a question I cannot answer.