Hey guys, Note: I was meant to select Dubstep, I can't change the topic title after setting it. I've been listening to Broken Note for a good few years, and their basslines still amaze me. As hard as I try I can never get that "big" sound. I was just wondering if anyone can offer some processing tips on getting that think sound. Here's one bassline sound I'm working on: http://puu.sh/hsyxk/f4946e1c99.wav , and resampled some more: http://puu.sh/hsz6h/0de7f642e4.wav, and resampled again over a Dubstep beat http://puu.sh/hszo7/8b0263f4c9.wav I just can't get it any bigger sounding than that. There's 2 layers, one sub (using Operator, I like it's sub), and the other layer is Massive, with no low end. I have some distortion on the second layer. If I attempt to layer more, it starts sounding horrible. Any tips on achieving a bigger sound? The whole Broken Note production style still confuses me. The same as Skrillex for example in Dubstep. All those sounds coming in and out to create a sort of melody. How is this achieved? I was thinking of creating a handful of bass patches, and then use Ableton's external instrument to put them on a range of keys. That way I can play multiple bass patches on one keyboard? Or maybe I'm over thinking it. Any advice would be much appreciated.