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Do It Again – Elevation Worship

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Artist: Elevation Worship
Album: There Is A Cloud
album info: Album Key: Bb (male), 86 bpm, 4/4 time

In our arrangement, we shortened the song a bit and dropped it down to the key of A, which is slightly easier to sing.


In this tutorial, I’m teaching how to play the song using key of G chords, but with a capo on the 2nd fret. This puts the song in the key of A. On the album, the song is in Bb, so if you’d like to play along with the album, put your capo on the 3rd fret and use key of G chords.

Chord Diagrams

Strumming Patterns

For most of the first half of the song, you’ll want to make sure not to strum too much. Maybe just whole notes or even one strum per chord. If you have a keys player, you’ll especially want to get out of their way in the beginning.

Once the song picks up, you can use a couple patterns:

1   2   3   4   , etc...   
d d d dud d d du,...
1   2   3   4   , etc...   
d  udud  udud du,...

Do It Again – Elevation Worship – Line 6 Helix Patch


Guitar tones from Do It Again by Elevation Worship from the There Is A Cloud album. Includes snapshots for the different sections of the song. You get two different patches – one using an IR Cab by LiveReadySound, and the other using stock cabs.

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In this demo I’m using a Shelton Electric Instruments GalaxyFlite Custom.

IMPORTANT: Because this patch uses effects models that were not included with the initial release of the Helix, it is very important that you upgrade the firmware on your Helix and the Helix software from Line 6 to the latest version before installing this patch. Otherwise you will have missing effects (and no amp).

NOTE: This download includes two different patches – one with an Impulse Response cab and one with stock cabs. The patch with the impulse responses is labeled ‘IR’ in the title. The Impulse Response is a cabinet models from LiveReady Sound. You can purchase them or use your own IRs. The specific IR in this patch is from the A Top 2×12 Speaker Cab IR Set and can be purchased here. It is not included in the patch. The IR from that pack that I’m using in this patch is labeled:

LRS M2 ATyp SM7b 02

I have it in slot 49, so if you import that IR to slot 49 in your Helix, it will be plug-and-play.

Feel free to experiment with different IR’s – or feel free to purchase or download other cab IR’s and experiment with those.

PLEASE NOTE: This patch does not include the IR Cab – you’ll need to download it separately and transfer it to your Helix. It’s a pretty simple process that required the Helix app from Line 6. If you don’t want to purchase and mess with separate IR’s, feel free to use the stock cab version. It sounds almost pretty close. I find the IR’s have a bit more clarity, but tone is subjective – you may even like the stock cab version more.

Signal flow and Amps/Effects

You can set up a Helix in almost any way you can think of, but I like to set it up like a pedalboard – so I have effects mapped to switches. I don’t typically like to set up completely different patches for different parts of a song, although this is certainly an effective way to do things.

Here is the signal flow and effects:

  1. Input: set to guitar
  2. Volume (log curve) – mapped to EXP 2
  3. Deluxe Comp
  4. Minotaur – very low gain Klon sound – mapped to switch labeled “Klon”
  5. Teemah! – Timmy OD – mapped to switch “Timmy”.
  6. Amp – Vox AC30 Fawn
  7. Transistor Tape Delay – set to 1/4 note delay – mapped to switch labeled “Quarter DLY”
  8. Vintage Digital Delay – Dotted 8th note delay – mapped to switch labeled ‘Dotted 8th DLY’
  9. IR/Stock cabs
  10. Particle Verb – set to switch labeled “Mod Verb”
  11. Hall Verb – long – mapped to switch labeled ‘Long Verb’
  12. Hall Verb – short – mapped to switch labeled ‘Short Verb’


The default usage of this patch is with Snapshots. I have my Helix set up so that there are 4 snapshots across the bottom which gives me access to some effects on the top row.

The snapshots correspond to the different sections of the song, and are labeled:

  • VERSE – Clean ambient tone used for the verses
  • CH SOFT – Clean tone for the softer chorus sections
  • CH BIG – More driven tone for the bigger chorus sections
  • BRIDGE BIG – This is the big crunch sound during the instrumental and bridge sections

If you set up the Helix to have the 4 snapshots across the bottom and 4 stomp box effects across the top, you’ll get access to the delays, ambient swells, and looper while still having the snapshots available to you.

You can also treat this patch like a typical pedalboard setup – make sure you set your Helix so that all 10 buttons are available to you for stomp boxes.. Just turn on/off the effects that you want. Feel free to stack the drives for a big sound. Make sure to set up your Helix in stomp box mode and set the two left switches to turn effects on/off (not to bank up/down). Otherwise you will not have footswitch access to all the effects.

I set this patch up with my Shelton GalaxyFlite (JM style guitar) using both the bridge HB (Porter Wide Range HB) position for the drive parts and the neck position for the cleaner parts. I’ve found this patch works well with both single coil and HB equipped guitars, but as always you may want to tweak it slightly for different guitars.

Making changes for your guitar and setup

Every guitar and player is different, and you will likely need to make a few changes to suite your gear and playing style.

EQ Changes. Start here – use the EQ controls on the amp to suite your tastes with the base clean tone. From there, adjust the tone knobs of the drive pedals if desired.

Gain structure changes (THIS IS IMPORTANT). Your guitar may respond differently than my guitar to this patch, so adjust the gain structure and EQ on the amp first to suit your guitar. I also like the amp to break up a bit when I strum harder. Adjust the gain setting on the amp without any drive pedals on first to set the level of gain on your ‘clean’ tone. From there, tweak the level of the drives to suit your taste. I’ve set them up to stack well together, but you don’t have to use them that way. Alternatively, you can adjust the output of the Comp to give more volume or less to the front end of the amp.


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Do It Again – Chord Chart Kit – Elevation Worship arrangement


Artist: Elevation Worship
Album: There Is A Cloud
Keys included: A, Bb, B, C, D, E, F, and G (album key is Bb – male, high)


Chord Chart kits include both Nashville charts and lyric charts in various keys. Your download will be in the form of a .zip file. Extract the file and you will find two folders, ”Lyric Charts and Nashville Charts”.


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Do It Again – Multitrack Lite

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Our arrangement of Do It Again is slightly different than the Elevation Worship arrangement (we’ve shortened it a bit). Our original version is also in A rather than Bb, but Bb is available if you’d like to sing it in that key.

Here is a performance video using this multitrack:

What you get with your purchase of this Worship Tutorials Multitrack Lite:

  1. .ZIP Files for selected keys (see above).
  2. Instrument stems for all the individual instruments used in the recording.
  3. Click and Cue/Guide tracks to keep you and your musicians on track.
  4. Full stereo reference mix file (all the instruments in one stereo file with no click) “Karaoke/Performance Track”
  5. Click/Split files (click/cues panned Left, full mix panned R) “Split Track”

This allows you to use this multitrack in a wide variety of environments.


  • Song Title: Do It Again
  • Original Arrangement: Worship Tutorials Studios – Worship Sessions, Vol 3
  • Keys: G, A, Bb (original album key is A, male, the Elevation Worship version is in Bb)
  • Tempo: 86 bpm, 4/4 time
  • Multitrack Produced by: Brian Wahl

Tracks (stems) included:

  • Click
  • Cues
  • Pads
  • Piano
  • Strings
  • Bass
  • Acoustic Guitar
  • Electric Guitar (2 parts)
  • Shakers
  • Kick and Tambourine Hits
  • Background Vocals

All files are 320K mp3 files.


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8 Responses to Do It Again – Elevation Worship

  1. denroyrobyn Mar 24, 2017 at 4:47 am #

    this is amazing, looking forward to the tutorial.

    • Nate Dec 19, 2017 at 5:43 pm #

      Hey Brian,

      Thanks so much for putting together these tutorials! Straight forward high quality….Great stuff!!…..
      I see you’re using the sm7b mic for you vocals! Just curious….what are you using in your signal chain to get that vocal sound?? Reverb? Mic-Preamp?? etc..


  2. Erica Mar 24, 2017 at 11:14 am #

    I love this song! I am trying to learn it for church. I can’t wait for the tutorial, and multitracks! Yours is definitely the best tutorial videos I’ve found! Elevation Worship is now my favorite worship band! I never even heard of them before i found your videos. 🙂

  3. Bremi Jun 10, 2017 at 6:52 am #

    It a beautiful song. Pastor Steven preached this entire series on THERE IS A CLOUD just for me. I am a soprano and finding bit difficult to sing in this chord especially the bridge. Are there any suggestions? Thanks

    • Brian Oct 20, 2017 at 9:04 pm #

      Hey Bremi – I always advise vocalists to lower a song so that it fits their range – you might just need to sing it a step or two lower.

  4. Philip H. Jul 21, 2017 at 12:47 am #

    Thanks Brian for doing this. I have a question though on the D/F# chord. Unfortunately I was not blessed with a long enough thumb to wrap around to fret the low E string. With other chords such as C, I can compensate using my index finger to mute the low E but Im looking for ideas on how best to do D/F# and still have it sound good.

    Thanks again for all you do.


    • Brian Oct 20, 2017 at 8:45 pm #

      Hey Philip – yeah you can play this chord without the thumb wrap-over. Use your first finger for the low E-string, and then create the chord with your 2, 3, and 4 fingers.

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