Caustic Song file (optional):
If the modsynth was semi modular, then I'd be pretty happy with this.
Not much to look at. Just one oscillator, an envelope generator, and a state variable filter. A couple of mixers and a pan module. Less is more sometimes, and a Bassline doesn't have a lot more than that. Bring up the keyboard, and give it a listen.
This thing will twist your control signals left, right and beyond. If you feel like decreasing the pitch of one oscillator, as you close it's filter, whilst increasing the pitch of another as you open it's filter, and increasing the FM depth of one to the other, as you sweep the first one's phase, and bringing up the overall volume LFO depth, all with that, one, mixer input control, marked with song automation, round the back, then this little fella is the one for you. But it can make plenty of strange noises all by itself. And I've used it here as the basis for everything but the trusty VADM Beatbox.
There's a default wiring setup in track 14, and there's some more wiring options here...
Thank you very much, UncleAfx (on many levels).
The track names say what they do.
Envelope Follower fans. There are some velocity sync values in the preset name of 'EF LFO' (you know where this is going). They're a, sort of, rough estimate. It depends. That one's pretty lively. There's one following another, somewhere. It's all getting out of hand :)