Sup? I remember myself when I wasn´t producing dnb and was just a casual dnb-head I could listen to all kind of shiet which had uber horrible quality, it was just all about the vibe and idea, if I liked it I would be happy to listen to it. Now after quite a time of producing I have understood the aspects of track´s quality and if the track is not boasting of good quality I would rather not listen to it. It seems that quality is more important than track itself, lol. More and more pros are getting really clean and loud vibes and so it got me wondering, does a track sound bad to you if it´s not essentially loud? I always try to push my track for maximum loudness but typically I run into 2 errors when doing that: 1)track sounds loud, but there´s some distortion that I can´t take away 2)track sounds quite clean, but can´t make it louder. Want to hear your opinions on loudness war and overall quality struggles, especially thoughts from pros on this forum are very welcome. - - - Updated - - - Also it seems that in dnb the loudness war is the most apparent.