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A worship training day from Musicademy, SFL and Psalm Drummer Musicademy presents a packed training day for the whole worship team (or just come by yourself!). Features special guest vocal coach – Nicki Rogers, drums and percussion stream with Psalm Drummers and sound tech stream with SFL. The programme features: Band Skills for Worship Teams […]Please visit Musicademy for the full article.The post Worship Training Day: Maidstone 9th November 2019 appeared first on Musicademy.
Here’s a lesson taken from our Harmony and Backing Vocals DVDs. Vocal coach Andreanna Arganda discusses some principles of backing vocals and harmonies for the song In Christ Alone by Stuart Townend then introduces two backing tracks showing a high and low harmony. Sing along to the backing track of your choice to learn the […]Please visit Musicademy for the full article.The post Free lesson – Learn 2 harmony parts to In Christ Alone plus a free backing track appeared first on Musicademy.
Here’s the FBC Senior Adult Choir (who have apparently become something of an internet sensation as the “worst choir ever”) with a selection of songs that I can only describe as most bizarre.Please visit Musicademy for the full article.The post Talent show audition tape appeared first on Musicademy.
Some time back I was in a church listening to the band play. They were doing all the right things but something about their sound did not facilitate the congregations' worship as well as it might. The playing was ok and reasonably in time, the volume was appropriate, the pacing was fine, even the tuning […]Please visit Musicademy for the full article.The post Listening skills for worship musicians appeared first on Musicademy.
Why do YOU go to church? What are you expecting from our worship service and the people here? When you come on Sunday mornings to our church, what are you expecting? Local religious themed entertainment? Sing some songs, hopefully in your favorite style. Listen to some advertisements, … oops I mean announcements. Throw a few […]Please visit Musicademy for the full article.The post Why do YOU go to church? appeared first on Musicademy.
Richard from Weymouth in the UK emailed asking for some advice: “We have a Church family with a 15 year old who is learning drums at School and has taken a couple of percussion exams… . He has just started to play in Church with a set of Premier Resonators that my son used to […]Please visit Musicademy for the full article.The post Ask the Expert – our new (young) drummer gets a bit carried away appeared first on Musicademy.
Julie Fox from Cambridgeshire in the UK asks: “Thanks for a great site. I have been playing the guitar on and off for the last 30 years, but I find so many of the chords really hard to play because I have small hands. No amount of stretching for instance gets me to play a […]Please visit Musicademy for the full article.The post Ask the Expert – Advice for guitarists with small hands appeared first on Musicademy.
Cymbals play an integral part of a drummer's set up – it's not something that should be overlooked. Cymbals project a distinctly recognisable sound, and they cannot be altered or tuned in the way that drums can. With a cymbal purchase, you truly have to be 100% confident that its sound is right for you […]Please visit Musicademy for the full article.The post How to choose the perfect cymbals: Buyers Guide appeared first on Musicademy.
 Our sister company, Worship Backing Band has recently released a brand new MultiTrack Player for Mac and PC. The new Transition Player is built to bring Mac and PC users the popular extended functionality of the iPad Player, but with the additional ability to import your own and third party MultiTracks. It has lots […]Please visit Musicademy for the full article.The post Announcing the new Worship Backing Band Transition MultiTrack Player appeared first on Musicademy.
Advice for worship leaders: a crowd-sourced list We asked the question “What advice would you offer a first-time worship leader?” and were amazed by the number of helpful (and funny) responses. So we’ve compiled this crowd-sourced list: Preparation Be as practically prepared as you can be – music in order, chords etc sent to band […]Please visit Musicademy for the full article.The post What advice would you offer a first-time worship leader? appeared first on Musicademy.
We are delighted to have released eight new MultiTracks and Split Tracks that are contemporary arrangements of classic hymns. Arranged and recorded by our friend David Woodman, they are taken from David’s new album, Hymnal. The hymns available are: All For You (Take My Life) All People That on Earth do Dwell (Doxology) Come Let […]Please visit Musicademy for the full article.The post Hymns! 8 new MultiTracks from David Woodman appeared first on Musicademy.
That was the question we asked in our Facebook Group. 122 comments later and we have a really interesting crowdsourced list of concerns with many common themes. The summary is below but there is more detailed discussion, and some helpful advice for many of the topics that were raised in the original post, so do […]Please visit Musicademy for the full article.The post What do you most struggle with as a worship musician? appeared first on Musicademy.
We had a fantastic training day in Maidstone and shared live footage from the day on Facebook Live videos. We’ve collected them all here (give them time to load) so you can watch. These were filmed using mobile phones from our host church volunteers so are not professionally edited of course. The sound is straight […]Please visit Musicademy for the full article.The post Worship Training Day Facebook Live Videos appeared first on Musicademy.
We’re celebrating Black Friday week on the Musicademy website with a HUGE sale. There are savings of AT LEAST 50% off ALL our DVD and download courses. Some are even 80% off! If you want to… …ratchet up your playing skills to another level …learn a new instrument (guitar, bass, keys, drums) …improve your vocal […]Please visit Musicademy for the full article.The post Half Price Black Friday Sale: at least 50% off all DVDs and course downloads appeared first on Musicademy.
Musicademy presents a packed training day for the whole worship team (or just come by yourself!). Features special guest vocal coach Nicki Rogers and Psalm Drummers Terl Bryant and Mark Jones. The programme features: BRAND NEW plenary session from the whole Musicademy, SFL and Psalm Drummers Team: 12 things to Improve your Worship Team Vocals […]Please visit Musicademy for the full article.The post Worship Training Day Ealing London 16 May 2020 appeared first on Musicademy.
Here we have pulled together a helpful list of Christmas resources. Please feel free to add in your own finds to the comments at the bottom. Free Christmas resources for churches Christmas story narrations – Fantastic set of narrations of the Christmas story re-written for a variety of contexts. Also a fun story behind the development […]Please visit Musicademy for the full article.The post Free Christmas resources for churches appeared first on Musicademy.
Planning a Christmas service? Read this first DO plan well in advance and lock everything down in good time with the leaders DO choose and circulate your music/key choice well ahead of rehearsals. Christmas is often the one time of year when you have orchestral and brass instruments joining the band. They tend to prefer a […]Please visit Musicademy for the full article.The post 28 Do's and Don'ts of Christmas service planning appeared first on Musicademy.
Last weekend was the first weekend that many churches globally closed their physical doors and instead embraced the virtual world of online services. Over on the Musicademy Facebook Group several people had spent the previous few days discussing the technical options, the pros and cons of the various streaming platforms before taking their decisions on […]Please visit Musicademy for the full article.The post Streaming online church services: the tech, the tips and the stories from around the world appeared first on Musicademy.
Online Church: How the world worshipped With Covid-19 forcing much of the world into lockdown, churches have responded by diving into online services. Whether using Zoom, Facebook Live, YouTube or more complex set ups such as OBS, tech, pastoral and worship teams have found themselves in a steep learning curve in recent weeks. This article […]Please visit Musicademy for the full article.The post How the world worshipped this week: sharing your online services appeared first on Musicademy.
Here at Musicademy and Worship Backing Band we’ve had calls and emails daily about the legality of using worship songs in online services. People are very confused about the different licenses, and the new (to the UK at least) Streaming License that CCLI has created. I decided to chat to our friends at CCLI and […]Please visit Musicademy for the full article.The post Streaming your worship services legally | Everything you need to know appeared first on Musicademy.
We are in the process of moving the Musicademy office and want to reduce some of our DVD and CD stock. We already have some pretty generous discounts on the website but if you use the coupon code OFFICEMOVE you will enjoy an additional 50% off. The discount will be applied when you check out. […]Please visit Musicademy for the full article.The post Musicademy office move HALF PRICE clearance sale: save 50% on top of our usual discounts appeared first on Musicademy.

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