A growing trend for worship leaders is making the transition from playing acoustic guitar to electric and it’s a trend that I’m totally on board with. If this is something you’ve considered doing then my hope is that the following post will help guide you in your decision.
Marcus Dawes speaks on 1 Peter 2 and how it shapes the culture of excellence at Austin Stone Worship. We strive for excellence because Jesus is first and foremost excellent.
I hope this article will shed some light on how to go about setting an in-ear mix that is useful and encourages your band to get tighter. These are a few things I have noticed over the years that may help set you on that path.
Daniel Darnell talks about how scripture commands us to pursue excellence. Everything about the process of leading worship for the church should be done excellently.
In this video, I explain how I use Ableton Live’s Chain Selector to automatically load drum samples on to my electronic pad when I launch a song.
In this video, I show you how to properly warp all of your tracks in Ableton Live to be able to easily change the tempo and key of a song that you lead.
In this video, Philip Ellis shows you how to easily create a customizable count in and midi click track in Ableton Live.
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.
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.