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In case you werent aware, Nexus requires a USB dongle to be plugged into your computer at ALL TIMES you are using the vst and if it breaks it will not be replaced, the company will tell you to buy a new copy of the synth. Nexus probably has the worst customer experience on the market.
Oh damn, I thought you just had to plug it in to get the .dll or something like that.
Have you tried both? Have you tried anything else? It's mostly about preference. Most synths, depending on the type, can accomplish similar things, just different workflows.
Personally I use Massive and Serum for Dubstep. Yes, I know those are the 2 most popular, but that's a good thing. Means there are more online tutorials than other synths.
I have serum, but I want to have something to just pick a preset from real quick for melodys and the such.
Wait for Massive X by Native Instruments. That will be the next big "Dubstep Synth".