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INSTRUMENTAL TRACK

ACOUSTIC: Enhancing Your Rhythmic Guitar Artistry

DAVID HARSH | Trinity Evangel Church | Marysville, WA

Feel like your strumming has plateaued? Discover a variety of tools you can use to add texture to your guitar playing as you accompany vocals in worship or songwriting, including: up accents, palm muting, shuffling, fingerstyle and more.

ACOUSTIC: Unleashing the CAGED Beast for Guitar

DAVID HARSH | Trinity Evangel Church | Marysville, WA

If you’ve got more than one rhythm guitar player on your team; if you want to more intentionally leverage your capo to gain full access to any key; if you want to enhance your fretboard knowledge for chords, scales, and more, this workshop will empower you on all fronts.

ACOUSTIC: What If My Guitar IS the Worship Band?

DAVID HARSH | Trinity Evangel Church | Marysville, WA

Have you every had to lead solo from guitar on a Sunday, either because you didn’t have enough volunteers, or your team bailed at the last minute? Come discover some insider tips for making your guitar more versatile and sound fuller as a solo accompanying instrument (without buying more gear!).

DRUMS: Level Up: Drum Skills for Better Worship

JOSHUA RAINEY | Vertical Drums | Eugene, OR

Being on stage leading worship is a big responsibility. Knowing our parts and having the skill and technique to play them is important, but leading with our hearts is even more crucial. What are some things we can do to master our instrument in a way that enables us to open up and worship more freely without having to focus as much on playing the music?

DRUMS: Simple Drumming: Setting the Foundation

JOSHUA RAINEY | Vertical Drums | Eugene, OR

Drums are the foundation for the band and lead the atmosphere in worship. Behind the kit you’re actually setting the tone for the congregation and leading dynamically through your instrument. So often, new worship drummers play with too much complexity and lack dynamics. How can we simplify our parts to focus more on timing, consistency and dynamic playing to set the foundation for everyone?

DYNAMIC DUOS: Acoustic & Keys

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DYNAMIC DUOS: Bass & Drums

CORY KNOWLAND | JOSHUA RAINEY

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ELECTRIC 1: TBD

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KEYS: Keyboard/Piano in Worship 101

TIM SMITH | Worship Without Borders | Beaverton, OR

Overwhelmed? Let’s get back to some fundamentals in playing keys for worship. No bells and whistles, just good foundational thoughts on keys, chords, playing with the whole band, determining how much and how little to play, and more.

KEYS: Keyboard/Piano in Worship 2.0

TIM SMITH | Worship Without Borders | Beaverton, OR

Need some creative ways to treat your worship songs? What do you do when the music stops? When things change in the service? When the pastor steps up to pray and tells you to 'keep playing'? When the worship leader decides to sing a different song not on the list? When they want to do a song in a hard key? Dr. Tim gives you some ideas to help you flow in these more difficult moments in worship.

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