My apologies, Mr. Waterflame, sir.
...sorry for the excessive formality. I'm just so hyped that someone as famous as you noticed me (the only other person who comes close to you who's noticed me is DJVI (who, no offense, is the one GD artist I like more than you)). But, to keep my...uh, shall we say, fanboy side...down, I'm avoiding all the caps and exclamation points. :)
Sorry for making it so loud. See, fact is, I started going deaf about 2 years before I started making music, and so I can't really hear the track as well unless it's at such high volumes. I know, it's inconsiderate to my listeners, but unless you're Beethoven, you can't make a song you know will be enjoyed if you can't hear it yourself.
Truth is, I actually don't think I've used a limiter in any of my songs before (probably stupid on my part), largely because, well, I'm an amateur who had minimal music experience before entering the field (it was originally just a hobby, but I've since highly considered doing it for a career) and didn't take the time to learn the full functionality of everything before I started working on tracks. That being said, I never used a limiter because I didn't understand how a limiter worked.
As for never going to 100% on any slider, I have received that criticism once before. Admittedly, I didn't actually hit 100% on any of them for this track, but I'm not gonna pretend like I didn't come close, as 95% may as well be 100% (rough estimate when I say 95%; my DAW doesn't actually give percentages).
Anyway, thank you for the feedback, sir. I'll try to keep your advice in mind for future tracks.