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New Wine Loop Rig

A really low quality video but a quick look around my loop rig for the New Wine festival. The setup shows some template changes, deep editing of the SoftStep as well as some great new ambient pads from padloops.com (a more detailed review to come!)

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A Free Ableton Course

Recently I’ve been working with the guys at www.worshipbackingband.com to produce some training videos on how to use their professional produced tracks with Ableton Live. Worship Backing Band have a great range of products which include a custom build multitrack player, video split tracks, backing tracks on DVD and Multitrack Pro Stems. The Multitrack Pro Stems […]

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Advanced Template

This Template is my latest and is the version I am now using and is explained in this video (raise the quality to HD to see it all clearly). This template is a refined version of the OLD Advanced Template and much easier to navigate and understand. The use of subgroups, titling and colour coding […]

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Why we need creativity in worship

A few years ago I moved to a new house situated along the flight path into Manchester airport, one of the busiest airports in Northern England. The first few weeks consisted mainly of broken sleep and sudden shock as yet another noisy plane would cut through the air above our little house. However, in a […]

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A guide to using loops in Worship

I recently wrote a blog on “Why we need creativity in Worship” for my friend Chris Sayburn’s website. Chris asked if I would do a ‘part 2′ looking at ‘how to be creative in worship’ by using loops, pedals and Ableton Live.  

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Chris Sayburn & My Guest Blog

Chris Sayburn is the Worship & Creative Communications Pastor at St George’s Church in Leeds. Chris is a gifted songwriter and worship leader and leads at events such as Spring Harvest & New Wine. I’ve been able to get to know Chris through the Worship Central advisor networks and his heart for worship and the […]

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Technology in Worship

One of the ways that we at i61 have tried to unlock some creativity in our worship times have been through the use of click tracks and loops. Loops and click tracks have massively improved our tightness as a band as well as supplementing our sound with instruments and textures not available to us live. […]

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