Kristian Stanfill

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Glorious Day (Passion, Kristian Stanfill) – Line 6 Helix Patch

$5.99 $4.99

This Helix Patch mimics the guitar tones from the song Glorious Day by Kristian Stanfill (from the Passion: Worthy of Your Name album), utilizing snapshots for different song sections. Includes two premium Tone Junkie IR cabs for free.

You get two different patches – one using IR Cabs by Tone Junkie (free), and the other using stock cabs.

Glorious Day – Passion, Kristian Stanfill – Fractal AX8 Preset

$4.99

Fractal Audio AX8 Preset for the song ‘Glorious Day’ by Passion. Includes scenes to replicate the different song sections. The preset is stock (no 3rd party IR’s required), and includes options for both single coil and humbucker equipped guitars (although, you’ll want to play a strat on this one).

Glorious Day – Passion, Kristian Stanfill – Fractal Axe-FX III Preset

$4.99

Fractal Audio Axe-FX III Preset for the song ‘Glorious Day’ by Passion (Kristian Stanfill). Includes scenes to replicate the different song sections and custom per-preset mapping and overrides for use with the Fractal FC-12. The preset is stock (no 3rd party IR’s required), and includes options for both single coil and humbucker equipped guitars. Includes the new reverbs introduced in firmware 3.0 and the new drives introduced in firmware 3.02! Firmware 3.02 required.

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Glorious Day – Multitrack

$19.99 $14.99

Full multitrack for ‘Glorious Day’ by Worship Tutorials (originally recorded by Passion/Kristian Stanfill). You get multiple keys and practice tracks. See below for the video demo of the full arrangement and more information about everything that’s included.

Multitrack produced by Chris Sligh

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Behold The Lamb – Multitrack

$19.99 $14.99

Full multitrack for ‘Behold The Lamb’ by Worship Tutorials (originally recorded by Passion Worship). You get multiple keys and practice tracks. See below for the video demo of the full arrangement and more information about everything that’s included.

Multitrack produced by Chris Sligh