Dubstep Up and Wobble Beyond!
This package of four plug-ins: Wobbler, Twister, Vocalizer, and Pulse is worth grabbing at least at the price I paid for it - it was a real deal. I was mainly interested in the Wobbler. I am not even into making dubstep tracks - at least not, yet. I mainly saw what the Wobbler can do and I figured it would add some new juice to some funk, hip-hop, rock, and avant-garde array of music tracks I am working on. Then I came across this dubstep package and saw what those other plug-ins could do. Obviously better deal buying the set than buying them separate if thinking of buying one or two of the other pluggins later. The package comes with the actually DVDs for each plug-in, so you don't have to download Gigabytes over the internet. Just need to register after installing and there are updates available, which did not take long to download (not Gigabytes). I recommend to registering direct internet connection and not the email registering option. As for the tools - the Wobbler was worth the price of admission. Soon as I got this loaded it did not take me long to dial in what I was looking for to funk-out a track and I just scratching the surface of using Wobbler. Vocalizer takes any audio track and then you play notes (via midi) on top of that audio and you can create talk-box, synthesize, warped ...etc effects of that sound - which is obviously ideal for vocals but you are not limited to just jacking vocals. Pulse - I haven't dug deep into it, yet, but tested it out with a dum-pad controller and keyboard controller. Using the drum controller works better for me. I have not used it much, yet, but Pulse has some features I see could be useful for making beats and remixing. Twister it seems to be akin to the Wobbler - but so far I haven't found it as useful as Wobbler. Vocalizer has pull-down menu for selecting different presets - and I am not sure why they did not add this feature to Wobbler and Twister - for I have to click through every preset to get to a particular one - Sonivox should add pull-down menus for those plug-ins, too. I am using this on Logic, so maybe the pull-down menu is just missing for Logic version.