Little Low

An immersive and flexible pad-based instrument!...

The story

Little Low is a warm and full sounding sample instrument that works perfectly  as a doubling voice for you subs, as well as an energetic arpeggio part.

This instrument was created by using a single clarinet note in its low register, recorded in Sydney, Australia in 2014. Each knob controls a different Kontakt group that has undergone a very different plug-in chains.

As the name suggests, the Little Low has a a powerful low register. However, the upper register is full of movement, making it a versatile new choice to you creative toolkit. It’s up to you whether you use each patch by itself of in any crazy combination you can imagine. As long as you have fun with it, that’s what matters.

This video includes a short walkthrough of the instrument.


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  • Dreamy and warm pad!

    I really love the sound of this pad! So warm and delicate, it is very easy to play.

    Asuka Amane21 October 2021
  • Deep rumble

    It is, as the name implies, very low and bassy and on some speakers can cause a little rumble, so some care is required when using here that makes me unsure about how usable this is in practice. The effort however is great, and I think that when pitched around this may work better.

    Nolram17 October 2021
  • Theatre seat rumbler!

    I love the drama of this one. Excellent character from just 5 samples! The GUI is clean and easy to use, and the instrument is indeed great in the low register. Turn it up loud to feel it rumble under your feet!

    BrendanBeeBee17 October 2021
  • It's a little low indeed...

    Definitely not a fan, but I can see some people liking it. It can sound good, but it is also very chaotic for my taste. The GUI doesn't help at all - I believe it works against the user. The indications are vague and they don't represent what I am expecting to hear. The placement is also very weird. Like, why is the Delay Feedback first? And why it never stops if you put it all the way up? And why is it indicated as DLY FB? It took me a while to understand that. And why is nothing centered?... Anyway, not for me.

    Alex Raptakis16 October 2021