LfoTool is great and I really like all the Xfer stuff. But if you are just looking for some simple wobbles and are using something like Ableton, something like the AutoFilter could be enough. Or, which is my weapon of choice most of the time for flexible wobble-type frequency modulation: an EQ in combination with a M4L LFO. In any case, I'm sure most other DAWs have something similar to the AutoFilter to get the job done.
I'm not sure about recent developments concerning freeware filters, but a few years ago I used a lot of Minion by Devinemachine which had 4 filters with 12 LFOs, I think. You could make some really good wobble-type stuff just using this.
I am looking for a nice freeware vst for making wobbles n stuff... Needing saw/rampdown shape and 12/8 compatible bpm speed (for triplets). Where?
If you're in FL studio, the peak controller will get you there with a little math. It's LFO is bpm synced, and you can send that as a control signal to pretty much any parameter in any vst if you tweak the value. Then go to tools, last tweaked, and link to controller, then select your peak controller LFO only signal. I use it all the time for sidechaining things using the peak signal on my kick channel.
The only thing it doesn't have is a ramp down wave. But WAIT, you could use the formula controller when you map the control to the LFO to invert the signal for you (just change the formula to "-1*Input"). Done.
Thanks so much, guys. Cadence turned out to be the best one.
The others were too complex, or too simple, or wouldn't download for me.
Cadence has the features I was looking for, especially the ability to do triplets and dotted notes. Turns out the dotted notes was what I really wanted.