We have been working hard on Pads 3, our next version of our Pads series. We love the way they sound (they are HUGE sounding), and we can’t wait for you to hear them and put them to use in your churches ministries. We’ve titled them Cinematic Pads because we think they feel extremely cinematic. […]
The world is full of people that love to hate. This is a sad fact, but it remains true, and sometimes the hate will spill over into your life. This is how I deal with hateful comments, both in real life and online.
In this Brian highlights which picks and stings he prefers on his guitars
In this video, I’m joined by a very special guest – my son Seth. Seth loves to play guitar but he has a tendency to drop (or throw) the pick into the sound hole of the guitar. I demonstrate my tried and true method of getting those pesky picks out of the guitar (I call […]
In this video, I answer the following questions: Why did I start Worship Tutorials? Is it ok for Christian/worship musicians to play in secular venues (like bars)? What acoustic guitar do pickup I use?
In this episode, Brian and Brian talk about some practical things we as worship leaders can do to raise the level of congregational engagement in our worship services. Video length: 38:26
In this FAQ video, I tackle the following questions: Where is my home church/where do I lead worship? What are some of the best ways to use Pads live? How do I get people in the congregation to sing?
In this video I answer commonly asked questions, including what guitar I play, what gear I use to make videos, and if I’ll consider giving voice lessons.
One of the most flexible (and requested) ways to play Pads live is to use a MIDI foot controller. This tutorial walks through how to do it in Ableton Live.
Volunteers are really what make a church or ministry go. Seriously, churches would be completely ineffective without volunteers. Churches have a responsibility to develop great, top tier volunteers. Here are five things you can do as a volunteer in your worship/band/production team to take things to the next level.