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Do More With Less. Not every worship team has the 30-piece band featured on the latest recordings, so we arrange each song for a 5-piece. Now you can sound just like the track without needing to use one. Don’t even have a team? Each guitar and keyboard lesson features a solo chapter so you can lead the song on your own.


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Our song lessons provide as much or as little teaching as each player needs. Beginners can watch in-depth teaching on tone, parts and technique while advanced players can watch a quick song play-through, check the charts and be good to go.

Worship Artistry helped me learn and play songs that I thought were impossible to do. Thank You!” - Bill C.

The Latest Songs.

Our song library grows by the week with both the latest songs to connect with the church as well as those we’ve been singing for centuries. You can also rest easily knowing we feature and license the master recordings from the original artists. There is no condemnation for those in Worship Artistry.

Our award winning library of over 300 guitar lessons and ever growing collection of full band arrangements feature in-depth teaching, chord charts, tabs and sheet music for drums, bass, keyboard, lead and rhythm guitars.

Licensed lessons from Sony/ATV, EMI, Hillsong, Word and Integrity Music.

Oh Mercy

Be patient and let it breathe
Simple vibe with some supportive tom grooves and swells.
Nice substitute chords.
Beautiful piano driven song
Album: 
Beatitudes
Song Key: 
D
BPM: 
76

I Am

Heavy acoustic but we go into detail on the tone settings to get that sweet feedback sound.
Easy song to learn!! Just toms and snare.
Synth bass feel and overdrive if you have it.
Straight up piano part on this one
Song Key: 
C
BPM: 
103

All I Really Want

Tasteful parts all around
Simple tune to learn!!
Such Great Finesse!
Heavy piano
Album: 
Awake Our Souls
Song Key: 
G♭
BPM: 
57

Set A Fire

A real study in how to build a song. Interesting lead work too.
Loving how the repetition on this song keeps building and building and building and...
Growing sub division.
Song Key: 
C
BPM: 
70

King Of Heaven

Chunky palm muted rhythm with a lead line converted from banjo!
So much four on the floor.
Straight as can be. Very straight forward.
Great melody line and and rare synth!
Album: 
The Same Love
Song Key: 
F
BPM: 
110

Lay Me Down

Warm your strumming hand up. This one's a doozy.
It's a high energy romp!
Quarter notes most of the way up to the bridge and then a fun ending!
Go Go Go!
Song Key: 
C
BPM: 
128

Open Hands

Acoustic picking and light lead work
Love it when it opens up
great groove!
Check that arpeggiator on verse 2
Album: 
Open Hands
Song Key: 
G
BPM: 
75

Today Is The Day

You shouldn't expect this to be easy. But you know that. You also know that if you work at it you can get it.
A great high energy song that keeps it simple.
Get wonky.
Easy Synths
Song Key: 
D
BPM: 
120
“I’m well rested and ready to worship come Sunday morning, thanks to the Worship Artistry Team. Late nights figuring out parts are a thing of the past.” - Tim D.

Raise up new leaders.

Worship Artistry isn’t just about learning songs. We are about growing people. Our members learn to think like musicians and play like leaders. The Green Room features articles on all aspects of worship leading and those conversations carry from the comments into your rehearsals.

Guitar

All I Really Want In A Worship Song

Guitar
See what I did there?

We teach a lot of songs on Worship Artistry and they are all good for different reasons. All I Really Want by Tim Timmons stood out of the crowd a bit and I found myself asking why. Here’s what I love about this simple song.

Drums

Do You Need To Know Your Rudiments?

Drums

Rudiments have their benefits. They serve a purpose and they are good to know, but I think they have their time and place.  Let's figure out what those are.

Bass

Oh Mercy Acoustic Guitar Tutorial by Stu G

Bass

Okay, it's cool when Jason teaches a song, but it's also pretty cool to have Stu G sit and down and run through how he would play it on acoustic. Enjoy. And Jason...watch your back.

Keyboard

How To Play Auxiliary Keys

Keyboard

There’s more to being an auxiliary keyboard player than you think. All too often, keyboardists approach playing a secondary part like the primary, but if we’re not careful, this could be detrimental to what’s happening musically. So what should an aux keys player play? What sounds should they use? And what advice is there for playing ‘second fiddle?' Check it out here in this video blog.

 

 

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