Wasup guys Lately I have heard a track with superb lowpassed reece bass that I can´t get enough and was wondering how it is designed. I tried the classical way by detuning 2 saw waves(+ sine wave for sub freqs), applying some distortion and chorus but my reeces so far are not that "woofy" and "meaty" as in the example track below(btw brilliant remix). I don´t know if the problem is in the processing(i.e lowpassing too much or too less, applying wrong amounts of distortion, missing out critical processing link(maybe processing chain itself is important) etc.) or in the waveform itself. I mean I have tried designing different "reece" basses with combinations of saw, square, sine, triangle, PWM and whatsoever. In theory meaty sounds should come from sine/triangle waveforms but when I used these in designing process then after applying some bit of distortion the resonance hits the roof and bass sounds very nasty in a bad way. So waveform combinations that include sine usually sound bad for me. What´s the trick here? How to get that woofy and meaty reece? Btw I also like reece bass in "Painted Smile" by Commix.