Sup? I am currently just experimenting around with some other types of bass(because standard reese is quite boring) and so I managed to create some decent movement with processing a bass consisting square wave by detuned saw wave. We all know from the theory that this kind of bass(well, it´s not really a bass but rather a bass synth?) contains a lot of harmonics and does sound pretty good across whole freq. spectrum. Judging by what I hear I decided that above 12kHz it doesn´t sound good and so I cut that part out. I also lowpassed that thing because it sounds really greasy and by lowpassing around 2kHz it feels quite good. But that is where problem pops up. By lowpassing that so much I lose some vital higher freqs. and it starts to sound kind of muddy. By lowpassing it higher than 2kHz it doesn´t sound super good too. So it got me thinking what kind of techniques are there to handle these greasy frequencies of saw and square waves so that they don´t annoy, but at the same time retaining some of these vital higher freqs? - - - Updated - - - Haha, my grammar... Sorry, I am in a hurry.