Posts under Music

22 Apr 2014

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Sometimes you just need to give things away. Here’s what you’ll get… The main pad that our keyboard players use in our services, complete with mod wheel special sauce. (Disclaimer: Requires Propellerhead Reason 7 or later). Our accompaniment track for Hillsong United’s “Scandal of Grace” and the “cue track” that guides us through it. (We place […]

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13 Feb 2014

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If you’ve executed any sort of musical art on stage, you’ve certainly experienced the stress, anxiety, and utter panic that is induced by things not going as planned. Whether it’s a pianist who’s started a song in the wrong key, a guitarist who’s broken an essential string for the upcoming solo, a vocalist who just […]

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09 Feb 2013

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Below is a guest post to the blog by one of our amazing interns, Becki Visker. Christmas. A beautiful time of year to rest, reflect, and be filled with joy. The Advent season begins, and we start preparing our hearts for the newborn King. . If you are involved in church music at any capacity, […]

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09 Feb 2013

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If you’ve spent any length of time on a worship team, at some point you’ve probably heard someone discuss the tension between “worship” and “performance”. For those of you that are unsure of what I’m talking about, here’s a brief synopsis… Being artists on a platform, we have a responsibility to lead others in worship, […]

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09 Feb 2013

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At Granger we are really intentional about creating space for our attenders to connect.  Often that happens before service in the atriums at our campuses.  The environment is designed in a way that encourages conversation in a comfortable seat over a warm drink.  Over time, though, we’ve found that we’ve been a bit too successful […]

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