Isolating bass? Raising lows and decreasing mid/high = muffled

Do I have to do this on the PC instead? I can't get the bass from any samples without interference.

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  • You've tried Nitro or Punch, right?
  • You've tried Nitro or Punch, right?

    I never had success with Punch before but I'm trying Nitro right now, and it's actually producing some good results for me.

    What sort of adjustments would I make to Punch to isolate the bass? And I have to put it onto both the mixer and the saved preset right?
  • Read some tutorials on mixing with eq. Rising the lows is not the way to go. You should also try the mastermcomp settings with drive and release. I remember that i once had a combination that made the.bass pump. Kind of like a ducking effect.
  • dinraum said:

    Read some tutorials on mixing with eq. Rising the lows is not the way to go. You should also try the mastermcomp settings with drive and release. I remember that i once had a combination that made the.bass pump. Kind of like a ducking effect.

    I thought it'd be simple to get rid of other frequencies and focus on just the bass, I'm trying to take it and keep it as its own track so I can modify it. I've managed somewhat (with Nitro, only using blue/orange knob) but it's still a little muffled. I tried messing around with envelope and the white knob but they didn't affect it positively.
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