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.

You can purchase my Ableton templates & Soft Step presets here

Jan 2013 30

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 files contain 14 professionally recorded real instrument stems that include vocals, BVs, acoustic guitar, keys, electric guitars, bass, drums, extras, shaker, click and cue tracks. They make the perfect accompaniment to Ableton Live although they can also be open in any DAW.

This ten part course is designed to guide you through all the major aspects of using Ableton Live in a worship setting.

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Feb 2014 21

An update on my latest Ableton session and how I’m hosting Omnisphere inside my master template.

Here are the posts I mention in the video

Playing chords with my feet

Ableton & OnSong

Creating better flow

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How to use Worship Backing Bands MultiTrack Pro wav stems in Ableton (part 1)
Ableton key features and settings
Main controls and navigation
Arrangement and Session views
Loading a track
Allocating hot keys

Part 2 – Ableton Basics Continued

How to edit preferences and route audio

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