So I've been thinking a lot about the sub-bass recently. And I kind of wonder whats the best way to do it... For example, in neurofunk you have a lot of different basses with different movement and it just feels so dull if you just put a plain sine-wave underneath without any movement. What I've been doing in my recent stuff is that I've copied the vst I made my bass in and keep all the filtering, just replace the oscillators with one sine wave. Then put the normal FX's on that I use for a sub, dist, compress and just do this for every bass sound I've got in the track... I'ts quite time-consuming and I don't know if its the best way really. I guess you just could lowpass the original bass-sound but it doesn't quite have the power of a sine, as there usually for my basses have a lot of detuning and phasing going on. so my question is... how do you go about making your sub?