roger that revtech, theres only so much one man can do to the subs.
most basslines are important because of the movement in velocity and timing between notes. but there are many ways one can link that subbass with the mids n high end of a bassline
tricks with mids are to use low - mids about 200hz area and link in another note over the sub bass note. most commonly a 5th or 7th transposition up from it. if its neuro then you are in luck, your bass can take control of the whole spectrum. alot of neuro even deletes the drums untill the big hits (main kick n snares) it makes the bass sound bad ass. but in reality its a trick.
interested in how this bass is made has alot of punch to it doesnt sound like your average reece or sin square combo .
perhaps its a distorted kick of some kind ? just a guess but i dunno
or some real how tos to beggin with. simply stating "detuning. and envelope" is barely a sentence, let alone a how to...
no disrespect senor rev, but i tend to blabber on matters im confident with, and the rest of the time i stfu. the other choice would be to regurgitate stuff i only know through passive reading, thus spreading misinformation.