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Iconic digital reverb that’s lush, expansive, and rich. Digital reverb is the sound of the 80s - still reverberating today. From the greatest tracks of Prince, Kate Bush, and Phil Collins to modern classics from John Mayer, Lorde, and Taylor Swift. Bettermaker BM60 is the go-to digital reverb for the modern mixing engineer, faithfully capturing the studio reverb sound of the era, with its warmth and richness, in a plugin that’s fun and easy to use - for you and your CPU.

Bettermaker BM60

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BM60 is built with the algorithm of digital reverb hardware that’s ubiquitous in hi-end studios. Revered for its warm and lush sound. Get these vintage tones in your DAW with improved audio quality from DSP (Digital Signal Processing).


Get the right room and plate reverb for your tracks with simple and effective controls that make adjusting room size, diffusion, dampening, quick and fun. Sculpt the texture and tone of your reverb without ever losing the warmth and clarity that makes this digital reverb so iconic.


Bettermaker BM60 is great at adding thickness, color, and atmosphere to individual tracks, especially drums, vocals, and guitars. Its ultra-low CPU usage makes it easy to use it all over your session. A must for anyone into the 80s revival. BM60 adds instant 80s texture to your mix, from subtle flavors to drenched long-tail reverb just asking for a gate.


Go beyond the limits of the original hardware with advanced features, including dynamic room simulation, variable density plate reverb, and a convolution reverb module with a vast library of captured acoustic spaces and presets. Bettermaker BM60 is a warm, clear, and colorful reverb with the perfect mixture of instant vibes and tweakable options.

Main features

- Algorithm from iconic 80s digital reverb hardware reborn   

- Room and plate reverbs   

- Ultra-Low CPU usage for extensive use across multiple tracks without overloading system resources   

- Extensive adjustable reverb parameters including, Time, Length, Contour, Bass, Treble, Predelay, Monofier, Width, and Ducker   

- Dynamic room simulation   

- Variable density plate reverb   

- Convolution reverb with a library of captured spaces


"My entry point to the Lexicon family back in the day. So much nostalgia using this. Sometimes simple is better. You guys nailed it!" - Rob Dennis

GRAMMY-winning engineer (Jelly Roll, Carrie Underwood, Fisk Jubilee Singers)

"Got to spend some time and give the BM60 a really fun test drive. I lean toward the room algos, and they are simply gorgeous. The Ducker/recovery is a welcome addition that I hope becomes more and more a trend of reverbs, and it works incredibly well here, saving me time to set up a side routing chain. The monofier is also something I was happy to see! This really takes care of a lot of things you normally have to tack on extra plugins to do, and I am so into that. GREAT JOB, Bettermaker!" - Sean Tyas, Music Producer / DJ


"I downloaded the new BM60 plugin and said hello to my old reverb friend of the 80’s. It’s the vintage verb sound that I loved then, and still do." - Ed Seay, Mix Engineer / Music Producer (Blake Shelton, Martina McBride, Paul Davis, John Prine)

Technical specification:

Supported Plugin Formats: AAX Native, AU, VST2, VST3


Supported Operating Systems: macOS 14 down to macOS 11, Windows 11 down to 10

Mac: Intel, or Apple Silicon

PC: x64-compatible CPU

System Requirements:
Display resolution: 1440 × 900px or 1280 × 960px or higher
Memory: 2 GB RAM

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