Infected Sounds Releases FREE Little-V Synthesizer Instrument Plugin

By Jonathan Leich|2018-01-25T10:29:01+00:00January 25th, 2018|Free VST Plugins|

Infected Sounds returns with Little-V, a free synthesizer instrument plugin for DAW’s running on Windows.

The authors say Little-V is a very powerful synthesizer especially made for dance music, but it also works on all kind of music styles where fat basses, leads and plucks are needed.

Here are the main specifications and features of this synth as presented on their website:

  • 1 preset manager with 64 presets
  • 3 morph oscillators with octave, detune and 32 shapes for each oscillator
  • 3 pitch env modulations for the oscillators
  • 3 LFO modulations for the oscillators
  • 2 FM modulations
  • 1 filter envelope
  • 1 pitch envelope
  • 1 filter envelope amount
  • 1 amp envelope
  • 2 LFO’s with depth speed sync, 27 shapes, 3 slopes, 3 steps and 1 s&h
  • 1 overdrive
  • 1 noise with white and pink mode
  • 1 portamento with legato and slide mode
  • 1 main tune
  • 1 velocity
  • 1 fattener
  • 1 hold
  • 1 filter with cutoff, reso, key and 2-pole, 4-pole with LP, HP, BP and BYP
  • 1 pitch wheel with range
  • 1 routable mod wheel
  • 1 poly up to 8 voices
  • equalizer and chorus effects

Little-V is available in 32-bit VST plugin format for Windows only (a 64-bit version will come soon).

More info and download on the Infected Sounds website.

About the Author: Jonathan Leich

Jonathan Leich
Jonathan Leich is a music enthusiast, hobbyist music producer and graphician. He writes on a daily basis here at FLStudioMusic.

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  1. Mzwex Feb 3, 2018 at 6:47 am - Reply

    I need plugins for my fl studio to function well,so that I can save my composure and be able to play it next time

  2. wraeth Feb 6, 2018 at 8:38 am - Reply

    The download linked from Infected Sounds website (pointing to MediaFire) no longer works. 🙁

  3. Infected-Sounds Feb 6, 2018 at 9:49 pm - Reply

    We are currently updating all vsts. Pls be patient.

  4. wraeth Feb 8, 2018 at 7:58 am - Reply

    Thanks both to Stephen and Infected Sounds! 🙂

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