We are often asked, “How do I help my vocalists?” Today we are going to run through some of the basic steps of an audition/evaluation so you can know how they are doing. By breaking down singing into simple skills that build upon each other you can know what to expect from each person, place[…]
Everybody wants it to sound good, but how does that happen? Today we are talking about how to fix sound problems at their source by finding the right part to play. Join us as we discuss what kind of leadership to provide and how to avoid the most common mistakes. The way to get the[…]
An introductory video lesson on how chords are formed and what the basic symbols mean. Each concept is demonstrated on both the Guitar and Piano for ease of understanding.
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. […]
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.
A 6 minute video that shows how each step in the process that sound takes from it’s beginnings to the listener is affected by all involved. That each contributes to the sonic footprint in such a way that really everyone is a sound person, not just the person behind the soundboard.
Just like there are many different spoken languages in the world there are also many different musical languages. Today we discuss how even simple tasks can be quite difficult when you don’t understand and the funny ways we try to communicate that can all be avoided when we find common ground. Related Article: Lost In Translation:[…]
A free 30 minute instructional video on how to use the Nashville Number System works. Join Steve as he walks you through the concept all the way to practical examples on the Guitar, Bass, and Piano.