Ask the expert: Recommendations on electric guitar amps

By admin | July 14, 2015

Andy wrote recently on the  Cornell small amp he is now using. There is also an archive of “Small amp, great sound” articles here =>  part 1, part 2, part 3, part 4 and part 5. You’ll also find advice on buying small tube amps in our Intermediate Electric Guitar Course. It is one of the lessons included […]

Tips for rehearsals by Aaron Keyes

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We love these tips on rehearsals by Aaron Keyes. It’s a clip taken from one of our older DVD courses where we regularly featured tips and advice from worship leaders and professional musicians.   Aaron Keyes co-wrote the song Psalm 62 (My Soul Finds Rest) with Stuart Townend. Aaron is also a great speaker on […]

The solution to missing musicians during the summer vacation

By admin | July 6, 2015

Three great backing track options so worship is as good (or better!) when your musicians are away this summer With the summer vacation season upon us many churches struggle to fill their worship rosters. Rather than endure Mrs Miggins filling in on piano, check out Worship Backing Band’s interactive backing track options. Contemporary worship music, […]

5 new MultiTracks released today

By admin | July 3, 2015

  We released five new MultiTrack backing tracks today for use either in the Worship Backing Band MultiTrack Player or any DAW. We even include an Ableton session file for Ableton users. Links to the new MultiTracks are HERE on our Song List Page: Spirit, Break Out – Tim Hughes, Luke Hellebronth, Myles Dhillon, Ben […]

How do singers protect their voices?

By admin | June 22, 2015

Great advice but do you actually follow it? Posted by Musicademy on Sunday, June 21, 2015 We have lots of advice from singers from the Musicademy vocals coaches as well as various worship leaders on our Worship Vocals Course. We would always recommend a good warm-up and work-out regime as well as vocal sprays to […]