I use delay quite a bit in worship. some song with very slight gives it almost a chorus effect and other songs like open the eyes of my heart i use delay very close to a U2 sound. if your interested in delay and mimicing the best read the article here: http://www.amnesta.net/edge_delay/
interested in some new ssongs for worship? Well I just stumbled onto this site and played the song “show your glory lord” . Wow! fantastic stuff there. I havent listened to the rest or looked to intesly here but it seems like great stuff and the website has all of the chord charts. Its also CCLI listed. check out that song. What do the people reading this blog think of it? anybody?
check it out at: http://www.recentrainfall.com/page2.html
Holy, holy, holy, Lord God Almighty All thy works shall praise Thy name in earth and sky and sea!
קָדֹושׁ קָדֹושׁ קָדֹושׁ יְהוָה צְבָאֹות מְלֹא כָל־הָאָרֶץ כְּבֹודֹו
Kadosh, kadosh, kadosh, Adonai tzivaiot. Maylo kol-haaretz, kayvodo.
As worship ministers we need to be in prayer that the Lord will put a new song in our hearts so we might have praise on our lips att all times and in all things. May all our works praise his name.
ok here is a new guitar chord, scale, alternate tuning. reference siteI found and its a doozy. wow. the only thing I dont like about this site is they should have called me to do there logo. YUCK http://jguitar.com/
JGuitar is a set of useful tools for players of stringed instruments. JGuitar’s powerful chord and scale calculators replace traditional chord and scale dictionaries by providing dynamic calculation which works for any stringed instrument in any tuning. Users can alter the tunings of the instruments and even the instruments themselves. In fact, JGuitar was designed to work with any number of strings or frets.
Trying to learn a song and need some chord diagrams? No problem, just ask the chord calculator which will usually present several ways to play a chord. Found some guitar tablature on the web? Just enter the web address into the tab mapper and presto, all the chords from the tab file will be diagrammed. Need to know what the heck a chord is called? Enter it into the chord namer.
Jeff Johnson has a new vision that isn’t very new at all. Directly related to the worship prescribed in the psalms he mixes modern worship with contemplative worship. He adds reflective pauses with instrumentals and reading. http://www.arkmusic.com/NewFiles/selahservice.html
“Both the modern worship and the contemplative worship have a great energy and spirit at their core. The two compliment and contrast with one another. This is the way music in the Church should be. As a believer, I would never want to only experience a singular diet of contemplative based worship. Fellowship thrives on the variety of the Body of Christ. And, I believe at the core of our experience of Christian faith there needs to be a deepening theology that reflects an understanding of what it is we believe.”
About 15 years ago the band the choir got together with Gene Eugene from Adam Again. They created the precursor to the city on the hill phenom that most know now. What it did different was that it seamlessly integrated music with liturgy, prayer, and spoken word. At the point the CEC is in I believe we are rounding the curve where our worship truly does become the whole service. Where we intertwine modern music with our liturgy, prayers, and creeds. I have had this vision of worship for a while now. It isn’t easy to pull off because everything needs to work together and flow, but I think this is where the CEC worship needs to head. I believe the constant feeling of Gods presence in this will make the Eucharist even more powerful.