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Worship and worship leading are often considered to be ‘high profile' ministries by virtue of their ‘front and centre' position in church meetings. Musicians/worship leaders should reasonably expect to be held to high standards, and receive a certain amount of direction & input from the church leadership when it comes to the delivery of their […]The post Ask the Expert: Is it possible to receive too much direction from your Church Leadership? appeared first on Musicademy.
Well actually, yes you do need to use a mic in church. Sometimes, especially in a small room, a speaker will arrive at the lecturn and, aware they are “good at projection” or “have a loud voice” and suggest that they can do away with the mic. I’m not sure whether this is a […]The post “I don’t need a microphone do I?” appeared first on Musicademy.
Three brand new courses for Guitar and Bass Our new Beginner and Intermediate ‘Plus' courses are designed for guitar and bass players who are beyond the Beginner level but not quite ready for our Intermediate courses or beyond Intermediate but not yet ready for Advanced. How do they work? The courses explore skills and ideas […]The post Introducing the new “Plus” series for Acoustic Guitar and Bass appeared first on Musicademy.
The benefits of lowering stage noise are clear: Better sound Happy audience Positive feedback Amazing, right? The only question is: How can you reduce stage noise ? That's easy: follow my guide below. Option 1 : Reduce drums volume Drum shield Drum shields are very effective in preventing stage noise. They are often used to […]The post 4 ways to reduce stage noise in church appeared first on Musicademy.
Writer Laura Buckler has written this guest post for us. She tackles the topic of badly written songs regardless of whether they are “Christian” or secular in topic. The principles of good and bad song writing remain the same. Do you agree with her 6 main points? Can you think of worship songs that do […]The post The 6 defining characteristics of a badly written song appeared first on Musicademy.
Every single guitar player likes to play solos and they do most of the time. Even if you are a rhythm guitarist in a band, the chances are that you are mostly soloing while you practice. Solos are a great way to play the guitar. They sound amazing, they are like the songs within the […]The post 5 tips for better guitar soloing appeared first on Musicademy.
Younger worship musicians learn important lessons from their involvement in the worship team and their interactions with veteran worship team members. They look to the experienced worship musicians as role models, advisers for musical inspiration and to grow in confidence. Indeed, they learn so much from interacting with, and watching how you lead your […]The post 5 lessons younger worship musicians can learn from older members appeared first on Musicademy.
I recently re-read this post on Musicademy in which Tim Bowdler wonderfully tells the story of how his stage fright – helped by a rather undiscerning bandleader – resulted in one of the most embarrassing gigs of his life. And I can relate. I used to be full of fear when going on stage – […]The post How to Deal With Stage Fright as a Worship Musician appeared first on Musicademy.
Over the years our Song Learner and Worship Collection Lessons have been really popular, especially for people who have gone through our curriculum-focused worship courses first and want to explore more songs and techniques such as those used on professional recordings. So we’re delighted to announce a new look category called “Song Based Lessons” that […]The post New electric, acoustic and bass ‘Song Based’ lessons launched today appeared first on Musicademy.
Here’s a 48 minute lesson taken from our Worship Vocals DVDs. This is Part 8 where vocal coach Kate Silbur shows how to: Add vocal “colour” using the song Amazing Grace Review learning to date from parts 1-7 of the vocals course – this is a great overview of what you can learn on the […]The post Huge free worship vocals lesson – adding vocal “colour” appeared first on Musicademy.
Well actually, yes you do need to use a mic in church. Sometimes, especially in a small room, a speaker will arrive at the lecturn and, aware they are “good at projection” or “have a loud voice” and suggest that they can do away with the mic. I’m not sure whether this is a […]The post “I don’t need a microphone do I?” appeared first on Musicademy.
Worship and worship leading are often considered to be ‘high profile' ministries by virtue of their ‘front and centre' position in church meetings. Musicians/worship leaders should reasonably expect to be held to high standards, and receive a certain amount of direction & input from the church leadership when it comes to the delivery of their […]The post Ask the Expert: Is it possible to receive too much direction from your Church Leadership? appeared first on Musicademy.
Younger worship musicians learn important lessons from their involvement in the worship team and their interactions with veteran worship team members. They look to the experienced worship musicians as role models, advisers for musical inspiration and to grow in confidence. Indeed, they learn so much from interacting with, and watching how you lead your […]The post 5 lessons younger worship musicians can learn from veteran worship team members appeared first on Musicademy.
Every single guitar player likes to play solos and they do most of the time. Even if you are a rhythm guitarist in a band, the chances are that you are mostly soloing while you practice. Solos are a great way to play the guitar. They sound amazing, they are like the songs within the […]The post 5 tips for better guitar soloing appeared first on Musicademy.
Writer Laura Buckler has written this guest post for us. She tackles the topic of badly written songs regardless of whether they are “Christian” or secular in topic. The principles of good and bad song writing remain the same. Do you agree with her 6 main points? Can you think of worship songs that do […]The post The 6 defining characteristics of a badly written song appeared first on Musicademy.
The benefits of lowering stage noise are clear: Better sound Happy audience Positive feedback Amazing, right? The only question is: How can you reduce stage noise ? That's easy: follow my guide below. Option 1 : Reduce drums volume Drum shield Drum shields are very effective in preventing stage noise. They are often used to […]The post 4 ways to reduce stage noise in church appeared first on Musicademy.
Three brand new courses for Guitar and Bass (coming VERY soon) Our new Beginner and Intermediate ‘Plus' courses are designed for guitar and bass players who are beyond the Beginner level but not quite ready for our Intermediate courses or beyond Intermediate but not yet ready for Advanced. How do they work? The courses explore […]The post Introducing the new “Plus” series for Acoustic Guitar and Bass appeared first on Musicademy.
Here’s a 48 minute lesson taken from our Worship Vocals DVDs. This is Part 8 where vocal coach Kate Silbur shows how to: Add vocal “colour” using the song Amazing Grace Review learning to date from parts 1-7 of the vocals course – this is a great overview of what you can learn on the […]The post Huge free worship vocals lesson – adding vocal “colour” appeared first on Musicademy.
Over the years our Song Learner and Worship Collection Lessons have been really popular, especially for people who have gone through our curriculum-focused worship courses first and want to explore more songs and techniques such as those used on professional recordings. So we’re delighted to announce a new look category called “Song Based Lessons” that […]The post New electric, acoustic and bass ‘Song Based’ lessons launched today appeared first on Musicademy.
I recently re-read this post on Musicademy in which Tim Bowdler wonderfully tells the story of how his stage fright – helped by a rather undiscerning bandleader – resulted in one of the most embarrassing gigs of his life. And I can relate. I used to be full of fear when going on stage – […]The post How to Deal With Stage Fright as a Worship Musician appeared first on Musicademy.
There is an old joke that says ‘How many electric guitarists does it take to change a light bulb?' The answer is 100. One to change the bulb and 99 to say ‘that was rubbish, I could do it much faster'… Every so often I come across a teenage guitarist who has been playing for […]The post 8 tips for training younger worship musicians appeared first on Musicademy.
Decide what you expect: Prior to getting began, give consideration to which things are generally most important towards your apps achieving success. The things end goal are you feeling wanting to achieve with the application? Often is the request component of a computer software as a assistance offering, or simply do you find yourself utilizing […]The post best mobile app development platform appeared first on Musicademy.
1. Have you practiced before the rehearsal? The key to rehearsing is to look at it as a time to build arrangements and getting the band to ‘gel' with a song. Rehearsing is different to personal practice times.I always try to get my band members to learn chords, parts, lyrics, melodies etc well before they […]The post 7 questions to help you get more out of your worship team rehearsals appeared first on Musicademy.
I have a friend who is a professional drummer. He's one those musicians who you never really know how good he is because everything he plays in a worship setting is simple, understated and doesn't draw much attention to itself. Yet in the studio he is a first call drummer for a number of well […]The post 5 ways to work on your timing as a worship musician appeared first on Musicademy.
Copyright is an intellectual property right given to the creators of original musical, literary and dramatic works. In the UK the Copyright, Designs and Patents Act 1988 is the current legislation and provides the creator with both an economic and a moral right. This moral right means that only the copyright owner of a song […]The post Can we change or make a new arrangement of someone else's song? Guest post from CCLI appeared first on Musicademy.

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