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Play it Like it Sounds.

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.

Album:

Song Key: A

You Cannot Be Stopped

Artist: Phil Wickham and Chris Quilala

Simple tune for the guitar with some standout parts.

Fun Tom grooves!

Very easy. Were copying the synth bass parts.

Thick key tones.

Album:

Song Key: E

Jesus You Alone

Artist: Highlands Worship

Love the way the parts fall together on this one.

Simple 6/8 song.

Quite a few grooves on this but a great song.

A gentle keys lead.

Album:

Song Key: G

His Mercy Is More

Artist: Matt Papa

Percussive role on this 6/8 tune. Just support the song.

Easy to learn. Great song to get your mitts around.

Album:

Song Key: G

Love Has A Name

Artist: Jesus Culture

Funky acoustic work and some trippy lead riffs

Spacious grooves starting out but then we rock it out!

Groovy parts and some 10ths for good measure.

Album:

Song Key: G

Defender

Artist: Francesca Battistelli

Simple parts for everyone!

Pretty simple grooves. Toms and Pocket.

Easy one with a great riff at the end.

Album:

Song Key: C

Another In The Fire

Artist: Hillsong United

Get ready to repeat yourself.

Just a couple of complicated grooves but you've got this!

Lay on those pads

Album:

Song Key: A

Hope Has A Name

Artist: River Valley Worship

Cool rhythm riffs and easy acoustic.

Straight forward.

Synth bass on this one that I will show you on Electric bass.

Album:

Song Key: F

It Is Finished

Artist: Melodie Malone

Added acoustic and some important riffs on the lead guitar.

Tom grooves and then grab that pocket at the end.

Great riffs at the end. You will learn a lot on this one.

“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

5 Ways To Get Inspired

Get out of that funk!

Summer is one of my most inspired times. I write half my songs for the year during these few sunny months. While I think the weather has something to do with it, I’ve noticed a few other factors that I think contribute. Here are 5 things to inspire your music this summer and every season after. 

Drums

How To Memorize Your Grooves

Keep it consistent

Last month I had the opportunity to play drums for a night of worship that was recorded for a live record. There's not a lot of room for issues or mistakes on something like that, and we wanted everything to run flawlessly. It would have been much more challenging if I didn't play consistently. 

Bass

Play Like A Synth Bass

Wake Up

So many songs in modern worship either replace the bass or augment the bass with keyboard. Fear not! We can create a similar tone by using octaves. In this video I'll show you how. Once you've got the idea try using it in the lesson for Wake by Hillsong Young And Free. 

Keys

How To Play Auxiliary Keys

Strategically Supportive Sounds

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.

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

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