A big difference between good and great sound is the proper application of compression. While it is often shrouded in lore and mystery, today we talk a bit about what it does, where to get it, and then give you a practical example of how to add it to your vocal chain. […]
Making the most of your practice and rehearsal times is important for your sanity and the wellbeing of your team. Join us today as our guest, Shawn Reed, talks about strategies that have worked for her in the past and how to have clear expectations for yourself and your team members.
Often the only differences between Christian and secular music are the lyrics, so what you have to say matters. Today we are sharing a few tips with you on how to get the right people in the co-writing room and how to refine the inspiration to get the best results.
Today we take a look at how to work together as a team to get those guitar sounds used in popular recordings by opening up a multi-track version of “No Longer Slaves” by Bethel and then going over some important settings to lock it all in. https://musicandministry.co/wp-content/uploads/2018/05/TechCast-006.mp3Podcast (techcast):[…]
Join us as we take a practical look at how to transition between songs with lots of audio examples to help you hear the difference.
We are not big fans of using Multi-tracks during a service but you can learn a lot about what parts are important to cover as you arrange for your team. Today we walk through the free preview of “Beautiful Name” by Hillsong to see what is working together and what can be left out. […]
One of the major journeys we take in the course of our lives in ministry is going from being carnal to being spiritual. To go from being selfish to selfless, not only in what we are doing but also in why we are doing them. While it’s important to go on the journey ourselves it’s also[…]
Today’s episode is filled with a lot of audio examples that will you through the common reasons you can’t hear the acoustic in the mix and what to do about it. It’s a lot easier than you might think and it has nothing to do with volume.