Enter the BPM into the calculator to determine the reverb time.

Bpm Reverb Formula

The following formula is used to calculate the reverb time in a mix based on the BPM (beats per minute).

RT = 60 / BPM * 1000


  • RT is the reverb time (ms) BPM is the beats per minute (beats)

To calculate the reverb time, divide 60 by the BPM, then multiply the result by 1000 to convert the time to milliseconds. This will give you the reverb time that matches the rhythm of the track.

What is a Bpm Reverb?

A BPM Reverb is a type of audio effect that is used in music production and sound engineering to create an echo or reverberation effect. BPM stands for Beats Per Minute, which is a measure of tempo in music. Therefore, a BPM Reverb is a reverb effect that is synchronized with the tempo of the music, creating a rhythmic echo effect that matches the beat of the song. This can add depth and richness to the sound, enhancing the overall musical experience.