take a square wave.
1. shape the VCA envelope so you have a little decay. say about 1/2 second or less. (ie if you tap a key the song decays after about 1/2 second or less)
2. Pull filter resonence to Zero.
3. Pull filter cut frequecy to Zero also, so that the sound disappears completely.
4. Now on the filter cut freq, pull it up very slowly, (id recommend looping a bassline on your sequencer so u can devote your attention to the synth)
5. it shouldnt take much pushing on the cut of to get a nice sub-bass sound.
6. Assuming youve got a nice punchy sub-bass looping. patch your LFO to the oscillator you are using and modulate a sine wave of about 1 to 1.5 seconds onto the square wave. alter the LFO freq to suit.
7. Now the enabler. really really subtly push up the resonance just until it starts to bite.
8. you should have the basis for a nice bubbly bass sound. so id experiment from there, try switching oscillator, speeding up the LFO (or slowing it) and tweeking the modulation level of the LFO up and down.
9. Turn it UP ! :D
hope this helps, i just spent 3 days last week getting a nice bubbly sound (on my Moog) for my latest song. for wich im in desperate need of a vocalist (M or F)
I don\'t mean to sound bitter, cold, or cruel, but I am, so that\'s how it comes out.....