Creating Guitar Parts for Worship: Rhythmic Division [Video]
Here’s Matt Isaac’s third video exploring ways of creating electric guitar parts in worship.
Rhythmic division for electric guitar in worship
Key points covered in this video:
How rhythmically dense do you want the part to be? Sometimes one chord per bar is enough!
Add or reduce the feeling of pace through how you subdivide
Mirror or contrast the pace or content of the song, or of other instrumental parts
Increasing rhythmic density to build sections
Interesting contrasts eg. quicker rhythms over half time groove
Rhythmic Division in Worship
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Based in London and the South of England, Matt Isaac is a composer, arranger and trained guitarist working across many genres, both within and outside of the UK.
Matt studied classical guitar with Alexander Levtov and completed a first class degree in both performance and composition at the University of Chichester, where he was a prizewinner in the Robert Headley Memorial award.
Matt is a member of Westminster Chapel, London where he is involved with the worship team and musical projects.