Creating guitar parts for worship: Range and Density [Video]

Here’s Matt Isaac’s second video exploring ways of creating electric guitar parts in worship.

Range and density for electric guitar in worship

Key points covered in this video:

  • Pitch variation can be found within shapes, via string choice, not just along the fretboard
  • Listen to other parts, use range to avoid overcrowding, and to contrast other things that are
  • Use changes in pitch to mirror the song structure, or lyrical content
  • Raising and lowering pitch of a part can create builds and drops; space and air from high parts, body and weight from low

Video 2: Range and Density in Worship

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Creating guitar parts for worship: Space and Dynamic [Video]


Matt-IsaacBased 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.

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