In the following video, Sundog is used to create different Psytrance basslines. The tutorial covers various techniques that are common in styles like Progressive Psytrance, Tribal, Forest, Full On, Goa, Hi-Tech, Nitzhonot, or Psychill.
The cover image was drawn by Liú Quara of http://www.kaweek.de. She specializes in psychedelic paintings and decorations for Psytrance parties and festivals.
Sundog is used in this video to create the different basslines and melodies.
You can download it here: http://feelyoursound.com/sundog/ (Windows, macOS)
A quickstart tutorial is available at http://feelyoursound.com/sundog-quickstart/ (7 minutes and you will know everything you need).
I used Native Instrument Massive to create the bass sound. You can download it here: http://feelyoursound.com/data/psytrance_bass_massive_preset.zip
In the video, I also added another simple sub bass layer. This is not included in the download.