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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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Worship Artistry not only captures our music, but the heart of worship within it.
There’s nothing else like it.” - Jon Egan, Desperation Band

Custom tailored to everyone.

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.

When You Walk Into The Room

Simple but cool alternating arpeggios on lead and rhythm.
Pretty simple tune.
Same Chords in verse and Chorus. 4 or 5 string.
Lots of space and pads.
Album: 
Kingdom Come
Song Key: 
B♭
BPM: 
72

Look To The Son

3 Chords a couple riffs and you're good to go
Put your seatbelt on for this one.
Lots of stops and starts but same chords all the way through.
Nice long holds...
Song Key: 
C
BPM: 
122

At Your Name

Lots of great lead in this one. You'll be all over the place.
Lay back in that pocket!
Real bass players paradise.
Love the piano on the verse
Album: 
Response
Song Key: 
A
BPM: 
84

How Deep The Father's Love For Us

Beautiful arpeggios all around
Pretty simple tune. We just have to adjust to the new time signature.
6/4 but pretty simple.
Song Key: 
G
BPM: 
55

Overcome

Strong lead hook with some interesting acoustic voicings
Work the 6/8.
Pretty straight and easy. Taught on 5 string.
Paddy O'Padderson
Album: 
We Cry Out
Song Key: 
A
BPM: 
143

Founder And Finisher

Cool pushed groove and strummy acoustic.
Lets learn some new groove patterns!!
Great groove on this one.
A nice variety of sounds!
Song Key: 
B♭
BPM: 
77

Man of Sorrows

Feels like a modern hymn. Well written with some cool acoustic picking.
Pretty simple tune.
Different groove but great to play.
Album: 
Glorious Ruins
Song Key: 
F
BPM: 
72

Fullness

Lotsa arpeggios in the one.
What a fun tune with a killer groove and sick fills!!
Great groove on this one
Great arppegiated lines...
Album: 
Speak Revival
Song Key: 
C
BPM: 
73
“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

Should You Buy That Pedal?

Guitar
A Helpful (and humorous) Flowchart

It's easy to get amped up about buying pedals but should you drop your hard earned cash on it? I've created this handy flowchart to help you decide.

Drums

Snareweight M1

Drums
Small In Size, Mighty In Mass

I have found one more little dampening gizmo I thought you guys might like -- the M1 from Snareweight.

Bass

Fifth Note Lead-In

Bass
Subtle but Spicy

Add a little spice to your chord progression with this simple note.  Daniel shows us where to slip it in.  

Keyboard

Do We Have To Play Songs in their Original Keys?

Keyboard

Rise to the challenge or rein it in?  Consider the key signature when preparing your worship set.  Ryan reminds us about important factors to prioritize when debating whether to change the key of a song.  

“With Worship Artistry I show up
to band rehearsal prepared
and inspired everytime.” - Desi S.

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