In this video, Philip Ellis shows you how to easily create a customizable count in and midi click track in Ableton Live.
Aaron Ivey teaches from Jeremiah 2 about how we are prone to become the things we chase. We should concern ourselves with where God is and what he is doing so that we can chase him and become more like him.
Aaron Ivey walks through his rhythms on a typical Saturday and how they play into his leadership on Sunday.
In this video, Philip Ellis walks through how he runs tracks and clicks with Ableton for a worship service. Philip provides helpful hints and tricks that he uses to help a set run smoothly.
Aaron Ivey talks about conflict producing excellence in us. Sometimes we need to be called out on our efforts in order to motivate us to be better in our craft.
Chad Kincer talks about God’s zeal for his own glory and how that does not make him conceited or cocky. God rightfully brings attention to himself, because he is who he says he is.
Aaron talks about the large number of unbelievers that are present in church on any given Sunday and the necessity for the church to engage them and make them feel welcome.
Writing a drum chart is a method that I’ve used for years to help me learn the form of a song and execute the form of the song with extreme precision with little to no rehearsal time before playing the song.
Many worship leaders and pastors wonder why their congregation is not responding in worship. Often times, we forget that we are leaders for a reason. People are going to follow our level of engagement. It is our job to set the temperature of the room.
1 Peter is about suffering as Christians in this world. It speaks of the difficulties we will inevitably face and encourages us how to endure through Christ and the guiding of the Holy Spirit to the end.