Yes I agree it is possible no doubt
I think i have a few ideas to update the sound, will look into when I am back home in the afternoon.
But to sum up the ideas I have shortly:
Add som dirt to the sound, like some kind of distortion, maybe several distortions in parallel. Also add some compression.
You could even try the multiband system that I made, its in the comlib.
Maybe add different distortion type and compression for each band, low/mid/high. The MB system is completely open, so you can add any kind of effect to each band....
If you want to look into a vsti that is super cool for making evil ass bass sounds, look at Serum. Maybe you can replicate some of the functions from Serum into Axoloti?
All the big guys in D&B/NeuroFunk/Dubstep uses Serum. Noisia, Spor Billian are examples. And with good reason Its super complex and high quality.
Yeah, I think one of the issue with Axoloti and creating bass sounds is that Axoloti sounds "too clean". I know this is not a bad thing in many situations, but for bass "too clean" is not always a wanted feature.
To me Axoloti shines for sampling, that is my favourite use of Axoloti.
That said I also like to make full track with Axolotis only and in that case the "cleanness" of Axoloti is not an issue, cause all sounds come from the same device and everything has a bit of the same defined sound. I use for example Acustica Audio plug ins to add analog feeling to Axolotis clean sound. Acustica Audio plug ins are..... expensive...... And not possible to find cracked version as they use online validation so onl one way to get them... Buy them..... But worth every single penny, in my opinion at least.