In all honesty, they all can. Now what I'm going to assume you mean is "what should I look into that has a lot of great presets for trap and trance". Well, that would probably be Nexus and Sylenth. Possibly even Kontakt. Hell, just the Kontakt player should be enough.
Any..all..or none..all depends on your knowledge of synthesis and use of effects.Some are geared towards such sounds and some you have to work a bit harder to reach your end result.Just depends on what path you take.
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If you wanna go the freebie/magware route, I'd check out Dune CM/BE. It does trancy sounds (as well as lots of other sounds!) really well and is generally pretty CPU-friendly to boot. The only major limitation from the full Dune v1 is that it lacks the effects section, which is hardly a limitation at all because you can just use VST effects instead. The CM version also lacks the second modulation page, while the BE version is only available in 32 bit.
Dune BE is available for free if you sign up for Beat Magazine's studiodrive (I can't post links, but just go to the site and find "Synapse Audio Dune" in PLUG-INS->Synthesizer), while Dune CM can be obtained along with a bunch of other cool plugins as part of Computer Music Magazine's plugin suite by buying a digital magazine for like $5 and downloading the plugins from the CM vault. I'd recommend buying issue 200 if possible, which I believe will net you Cakewalk Rapture (which I find harder to program than Dune but comes with lots of nice EDM-ish presets), FXpansion SingleMault CM distortion, and a bunch of Goldbaby drum samples in addition to the regular CM goodies.
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