Someone try this and report back to the forum.
I know that a lot of videos get removed for copyright and saying that the music or video is not original when it is. There are people who create everything from scracth and are not able to avoid the copyright or submit their video for revenue sharing.
One thing you can do is submit your content to the public domain. You will need to take all your video and music and submit them to the public domain, and there are many different websites you can do this, a simple Google search can find you many. After you submit it to the public domain. You need to post the links or credits to the public domain that is holding your work and post it in the description of your video or if applying for revenue sharing submit it in that area.
But there is one thing you need to know, that when posting in the public domain, the word public actually means something. It will be open for the public to use, so if you see your content somewhere else on the internet, there is really nothing you can do about it, so that is the only downfall.
This should fix any problems that you may have with the YouTube copyright.
Hope this helps"