Listen BRUV. Your working analogy is very poor. I've worked very hard on some design pitches that never come to fruition and I've also worked for free during internships to build experience (exposure). I've been through this music piracy debate a million times. Your "Listening to MP3's is theft" argument is laughable. If anyone here thinks that Drum n Bass / Jungle is hurting, sales wise, because of mp3's being passed around you are sorely mistaken. The money has been and will be made from vinyl sales and live shows. A very small minority buys jungle records that don't spin. Bruv, I know you're bitter cause you make no money making wack tracks on your shitty pc but it's not cause I have a few dozen mp3's. lol. Maybe if you sold some tickets to shows you'd make some money. Maybe you should leak some mp3's so people know who you are, lol. If you think people are going to dish out money to every hack that makes a shitty beat on his computer you're living in a delusional world. "And if you want to increase sales of your tune, dont leak an illegal MP3" wtf? If it's your tune how is it illegal? "If you leak an MP3 in the early stages whats to stop some little prat cutting your tune stealing your samples and releasing his own tune" lol. anyone who does that is wack as fuck and no one listens to them anyways. I hope you haven't done that. Peace out you anal mawfuckers. lmfao. pirates forever!