Just for clarification though:
May I ask which of the bass we're talking about?
Is is the Sub-Bass, the UK Bass or are you talking about what I called "the Wobble Synth"?
In case of the latter, the filter movements are all in sync except for FX Pansion Etch - I think that runs a bit out of sync, and only for the higher frequency register. I wanted some movement with Flanging and ETCH is doing some subtle auto-panning.
The Sub-Bass and the UK Bass on the other hand is side-chain triggered by the kick. Everything should be synced. Could be a render issue?
What I find a bit jumpy, is the filter movement at the beginning of the song. I first open up the LPF and then drive it back down again in short fashion. I liked that effect to get really hyped for the rest of the track (in fact, I had to hold myself back to copy a crash there), but I realized that it results in some jumpy behavior. At least it was in the last 20min I edited the ending section (turn off bypass, suddenly some frequencies dropped - took me a while to fix that).
FX wise (swooshes and the likes), I only randomly added "pumping effects" to two (I think) long swooshes (one of them also has a panning modulaton), and a healthy boost of LF for the bass drop/explosion. Nothing special, but still effective.
Could you please go a bit more in-depth what to look out for, should I really do an off-the-record Mix Round 2 edit?
Or should I rather "copy" something from other participants? (I have to admit, I didn't listen to the submissions - but part of the Mix Challenge is a learning process, so there you go...)