Lunar Lander- BBD Delay, Plate Reverb plug-in


Breathtaking bucket-brigade Device (BBD) analog delay, plate reverbs (3 sizes) and Class A and Class A/B saturation emulation plugin. Easy to use 3-in-1 combo guitar-like pedal.

We all know the delicate tweaks needed to get a sound to “sit” in the mix. The name of this plugin, Lunar Lander, came about from the easiness of getting this task done.

Primarily designed for guitarists or to tame your aggressive analog synthesizers to sit in the mix, but you will find it working well with just about any other sound source. Put it on your plastic sounding soft synth, and crank the saturation up, and transform your Chihuahua synth to a Dobermann Synth 🙂

Try Tap Tempo your bpm and crank up the regenerate knob on the BBD Delay Module and get the track grooving. You can switch the signal path to go first through either the BBD Delay or Plate Reverb.

Try Lunar Lander on Bass Guitar and get that larger than life sound. Do you want that 80s soaking reverb sound? Switch to Plate 3 and you are there in a second.


  • Organic feel & behavior.
  • Precise modeling of BBD Analog Delay.
  • Three Plate Reverbs.
  • Class A amplification: excellent linearity, high gain, low signal distortion levels and accent the transients.
  • Class A/B amplification for saturation and color.
  • Flip Analog Delay and Reverb modules in the signal chain.
  • Dry/Wet Mix Control for both Delay and Reverb units for some cool creative effects.
  • One knob Ducking.
  • Works with Mono or Stereo signal.
  • All parameters are exposed to your DAW for automation.
  • Zero latency!
  • macOS: AU, AAX and VST3 formats.
  • Windows: VST3 and AAX formats.


Audio Examples


Supported Plugin Formats

Supported Operating Systems
macOS 10.14+ (Lunar Lander is not compatible with Ventura 13.2.21)
Windows 8+

Apple Silicon M1 Native and Intel CPU (Universal 2 Binary)

x64-compatible CPU

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

Copy Protection
A one-time challenge & response over the internet. License works on up two separate machines.


Latest User Guide


For previously authorized computers

  • Lunar Lander is now M1 compatible.
  • (Windows version is still 2.1.2)
  • Lunar Lander is not compatible with Ventura 13.2.21.


  • Floor Noise lowered from -95 dB to -110 dB
  • Switch to turn off Floor Noise.


  • LPF in the BBD Delay Module.
  • Delay Sync Mod. Rate to Clock Rate.


  • Sync Delay/repeats to DAW tempo with sub-divisions.
  • User accessibility to many parameters of the Plate Reverb engine.


  • Triplet BBD delay feature added.
  • Two new presets to showcase the Triplet feature.
  • Bug fix when copying the plugin to another track.


BBD delay, plate reverb, saturation plugin


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(35 customer reviews)

Bucket-brigade Device (BBD) analog delay, plate reverb and saturation plugin.

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  • EUR: € 133
  • TRY: 3.788 ₺


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  1. There is something really special in the sound of this plugin…it’s organic and “real”.
    I am using it alot 🙂
    I agree with the previous review…I also get that “scratchy” noise on some material but I am confident that this will be fixed soon
    Thanks for this…looking forward to your other products!

  2. Lunar Lander is definitely one of the better-sounding delays I own. If you want old-school lofi, this is the place to be. My only complaint is some “scratchy” noise (sounds like unintentional digital artifacts) which becomes apparent on certain material. Once this is fixed, my rating would be 5/5 stars for the product’s quality.

  3. This plugin, like the others Pulsar Modular makes is top notch. The sound quality is awesome. The user interface has a bit of a learning curve and it does take some tweaking to dial in the sound you are looking for, which is why I didn’t rate this plugin higher. If you want that lush, deep, warm classic plate reverb and BBD delay, this thing has it.

  4. I’m a big fan of character plugins with a simple, yet effective parameter set, and Lunar Lander doesn’t disappoint in that regard. It has 3 clearly-defined sections: Analog Delay, Plate Reverb, and Input/Output gain (with selectable saturation circuitry).

    The unit as a whole has a very rich sound, which can be dialed back with wet/dry controls in both the Delay and Reverb sections.

    -The aforementioned rich sound. It’s hard to get a bad sound out of it regardless of what is fed into it.
    -Intuitive controls and nothing wasted in the GUI.
    -Ducking control, which is crucial for deep-sounding effects like this, as clears a lot of space to allow the original signal to breathe.

    -Would’ve appreciated some resonant filters on the low and high end similar to PSP Echo. It allows for quick and extreme dub feedback on both ends of the sonic spectrum
    -Relatively high price.

  5. Surprisingly versatile as a designer effect tool.
    There’s time you’ll want to go intuitively instead of having the most tweak able machine.
    Here, the sum of his parts is greater than the whole.
    Comparing the plate effect with others specialized ones surprised me.
    It really sounded good to my ears, better in some cases then some dedicated counterparts.
    It’s gelling well to the source.

    Comparing the delay with some others delays wasn’t that obvious.
    But couple with the saturation module, it definitely shines as a character effect.
    As a chorus effect, modulation plus saturation plus short delay sounded quite good in my tests too.
    Note that it doesn’t use a lot of CPU power plus no latency behaviour while giving high quality results.
    Seems to be pretty well coded.

    What would make it totally awesome (to me at least)?
    Modularity, like the synth its coming from.
    An LFO, an attenuator, a Moog filters and a mixer.
    Respectively, the 924: low frequency oscillator (without cv input), the 995 attenuator, the 904-A Transistor Ladder Low Pass and the CP10 “clean” mixer.
    Using patch cords like his big brother.