SoniVox Intros Dubstep Destruction Tools

Sonivox has released Dubstep Destruction Tools, a collection of 4 virtual instruments for dubstep music production.

Here’s how they describe Dubstep Destruction Tools:

Dubstep Destruction Tools comes with everything musicians need to create heart-stopping dubstep tracks, from dark and distorted to soaring and melodic. Dubstep Destruction Tools from Sonivox has all the software elements musicians need to create thunderous, earth shaking beats.


  • Wobble – Dubstep Grime Generator
    • New Spectral Synthesis Engine creates traditional or new dubstep sounds
    • Tempo-Synched Modulation Generator
    • Over 200 dubstep presets that can be tweaked
    • Onboard real-time sampling
    • Fully automatable via hardware or software control
  • Twist – Spectral Morphing Synthesizer
    • New Spectral Morphing Synthesis engine
    • Over 200 factory presets that can be personalized
    • Fully automatable via hardware or software control
    • Onboard tempo-synced variable resolution pattern generator
    • SONiVOX’s Intelligent Rhythm Control (I.R.C)
  • Vocalizer – Vocal Production Synthesizer
    • Signal processing, vocoding and re-synthesis, from ‘subtle to completely mind-blowing’
    • Vocalists – build complex harmonies and soundscapes out of your voice, or transform your solo voice beyond natural boundaries
    • Non-singers – sing on tracks you could never have before. Make your voice ‘musical in ways you’ve never imagined you could’
    • Run any audio source through Vocalizer’s input-based synthesizer
    • Make and warp chord progressions, beats, effects or portamento leads
  • Pulse – Advanced Production Instrument
    • Music production software for MAC and PC, combining MPC-style editing and workflow
    • 64 user-assignable pads with infinite sample layering, multi-channel routing and assignable effects
    • Imports most MPC file formats including MPC 60/62, MPC 3000, MPC 2000, MPC 2000XL, MPC 1000, MPC 2500, MPC 500, and MPC 5000 as well as AIFF, WAV, BROADCAST WAV, ACID & MP3 files
    • Includes over 167 premium drum kits and 249 other instruments from SONiVOX’s sound design team
    • Advanced multi-mode pattern & step sequencer with real-time performance record and on-the-fly trigger functionality
    • MIDI learn & save functionality, PULSE is instantly compatible with any MIDI keyboard or MPC style pad control

Dubstep Destruction Tools is available now for $349. See the SoniVox site for details.

9 thoughts on “SoniVox Intros Dubstep Destruction Tools

  1. I got wobble awhile back… Dumbest thing I ever did. For 20$ these instruments would be worth it. but beyond that.. atleast from Wobble and how it sounded… and worked… a total waste of money. I mean the company has good intentions, dont get me wrong..

  2. >from dark and distorted to soaring and melodic

    I went over to their website because I was wondering if they really do “soaring and melodic” and I watched a couple of their videos and I didn’t see or hear anything soaring or melodic.

  3. Check out the demo videos – actually lookslike a decent collection that they’re marketing with the style of the year.

    1. I guess it’s the “style of the year” thing that puts me off a bit. It seems like every big soft synth company is promoting their stuff with dubstep. I know it’s big right now, but I’d rather hear more about how deep or flexible a synth is.

      Talking about that probably doesn’t sell as well as saying that it can do ‘dubstep sounds’.

      Twist and Pulse look pretty killer, with or without the dubstep angle.

  4. They actually look fun and sound descent. Im not a Dubstep fan and can hear the collective negative response to these coming, however the videos make them look fairly good.

  5. You really make it seem so easy along with your presentation but I find this topic to be actually one thing which I believe I might never understand. It kind of feels too complex and extremely large for me. I am taking a look forward for your next put up, I will attempt to get the hold of it!

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