Klevgrand Hillman Inspired By Vintage Combo Synths

Klevgrand has introduced Hillman – a new virtual instrument for iOS, macOS & Windows that is inspired by “old combo-organs, string machines and similar vintage gear.”

It has 4 voices per note, each with selectable waveform (transistor:ish, tube:ish, sine and special plasma), octave switch and a level control. The sound is generated with an ‘analog approach’, but does not use samples or sampled wavetables. Hillman also has ADSR envelope control, FX section with Chorus, Phaser & Reverb, and comes with many built-in presets.


  • 4 voices per note
  • Each voice has selectable waveform (transistorish, tubeish, sine and special plasma) + octave switch and level control
  • ADSR Envelope control
  • Smooth ensemble chorus with 3 different modes
  • 4-pole phaser with 2 different modes
  • Lush reverb which ranges from small room to churchlike halls
  • Rich collection of built-in presets

Audio Demos:

Pricing and Availability

Hillman is available now for macOS/Windows with an intro price of $24.99 USD (normally $49.99) and for iPad with an intro price of $6.99 (normally $9.99).

3 thoughts on “Klevgrand Hillman Inspired By Vintage Combo Synths

  1. it looks really cool – doesn’t happen to be MPE does it? not a killer if it isn’t but seeing as a got in on a sensel MPE is a + in a synth

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