Hi Guys Really getting buried in the whole bass thing, and thought it might be interesting to see how others do things in there bass. My offer is something to be used with Sampler in Ableton live. I get my bass sample, with a good range of frequency content, and make 2 instances of sampler loading the sample into each one. On each sample I setup the filter to a low pass, maybe around 100hz. The first sampler I leave like this, so it will just play the low passed signal below 100hz for the sub layer. Now on the 2nd Sampler I now create an instance of an auto filter on the chain, I set this to a high pass, around the 100hz mark, I may just bring it up slightly to avoid crossover freq's. Now on the 2nd Sampler I now go to the midi tab, and I set desitnation A of the Velocity to Filter Freq, and Amount A upto 100%. Now I write in a bass sequence into the Midi lane of Sampler 1, and copy it over to Sampler 2. So we have our Sub layer which is always coming through, and now we can modulate the 2nd Sampler to open up the filter to allow the some of the high passed signal through. To adjust how the filter works with the sound you adjust the velocity sliders under each midi note, the lower these are the less of the 100Hz+ signal comes through. If you play about with them a bit you can create some really nice textures. I used in on my track Encounters, to get the (to my ears) nice full round sound of the bass. Its a pretty simple idea, and I guess the sorts of thing I am looking for from others. Doesnt have to be an essay onsome crazy resampling, just a nice little tip for some element of bass manipulation.