I've created an app that has some sound file that I've downloaded from Macloops. The user can only listen these sound files (he can't create any new sound files using them) with the app. Now, I want to distribute the app over the internet and I'd like to know if I can do this legally. I've only found the following the Macloops' website about copyright :
Macloops membership disclaimer/terms & conditions.
By joining the Macloops website, you are accepting these Terms and Conditions.
You accept that Macloops.com is part of Siliconbeats.com and you grant us the right to send you occasional emails regarding our latest news and developments. Your email address will not be sold to any mailing list organizations and the content of our emails will be related to samples, loops and music making resources that we have to offer.
Whilst all reasonable efforts are made to ensure that all downloadable material is virus free, we strongly recommend the use of professional virus checking software. Playing sounds at excessive volumes can cause damage to hearing. Use common sense when playing sounds and ensure that volume levels are sensible.
Macloops cannot be held responsible for injury or damage caused from use of files and sounds. All members and nonmembers are totally responsible for ALL Internet access charges. No exceptions are made. The period of membership for all members is at the discretion of the site administrators. Macloops reserves the right to deactivate or remove your account at any time. Macloops cannot be held liable for any damage to hardware, software or equipment resulting from the use of any files or sounds obtained directly or indirectly from the Macloops website.
By joining the Macloops website, you are accepting to be bound by these Terms and Conditions.
There is nothing about using the sound files. So am I allowed to distribute my app?