Worship Bass Course: Beginners Vol 1 by Musicademy
Cross Rhythms Product Code: 44531
Product Format: DVD
Content Type: Teaching Resource
Cat. Code: Musicademy BB1
DVD Region: 0 (Multizone: all regions)
Video Encoding: NTSC
Release Date: 31 Mar 2008
Worship training specialist Musicademy has launched a series of bass guitar teaching DVDs specifi cally for people involved in worship. The beginners course contains 3 DVDs suitable for novice bassists.
As well as the highly professional tuition from top
worship session player and teacher Matt Weeks there is additional practical advice from worship leaders David Ruis, Stuart Townend, Chris Bowater, Leeland Mooring and others as well as input from professional bass players including Jesse Reeves from the Chris Tomlin Band.
The DVDs also feature backing tracks and drum
grooves as an ongoing daily practice tool. The on
screen animated graphics and camera close-ups mean that by working through the DVDs the student can learn as easily as with one to one lessons with the added advantage of being able to pause and repeat the lesson whenever they need to.
Songs used include Blessed Be Your Name, Everlasting God, Here I am to Worship, Hungry, Holy Holy, Hosanna and Beautiful One.
Beginners will learn to:
Play open, fretted, long and short notes and
develop left and right hand technique
Create different grooves in time with the kick
Play worship songs in different keys using major and minor scales
Discover intervals, Nashville numbering and transposing
Use arpeggios, octaves, passing notes and harmony lines
The series represents about a years learning and is great value with over two hours of lessons, advice and daily practice backing tracks on each
Teaching Resource DVD
A box set of four DVDs which covers a year's worth of worship-focussed lessons designed for the complete beginner to keyboard skills.
A six hour DVD course containing lessons, tips and masterclasses on worship guitar playing as demonstrated by Musicademy tutor Andy Chamberlain with contributions from Matt Redman, Tim Hughes, David Crowder and many more.