yeah not PWM, but PW and not with the same note though.jessejames wrote:Steevio, I remember you posting something not too long ago about using PWM to be able to have a kick and bass occupying the same territory and not phasing out. I may be mis-remembering though.
i always put a hole in my bass harmonics where the octave of the kick fundamental is by adjusting the pulse width (i always use pulse waves for bass these days)
example; i might remove the 3rd harmonic (fifth) by adjusting pulse width of the bass. so if the sub bass was say a low C 33Hz, the next harmonic is C 65Hz, then i'd remove the next harmonic G 98 Hz, and have the kick at G 49Hz, so it harmonises as a perfect fifth with the sub, and then the second harmonic of the kick (98 Hz) will be able to breath in the hole i made in the bass.
this helps the kick and bass to gel, and reduces the chance of spikes when the same frequencies double up because of identicle harmonics from two different sounds.
there are various ways to utilise the pulse width of the bass to clean up your bottom end, this works upwards into the high bass and low mids with other sounds there to.