Revelation Song - for worship team backing track
Words and Music By Jennie Lee Riddle
CCLI Song #4447960
2004 Gateway Create Publishing
CCLI License #161784
Haven't done a recording in a while and I forgot how to change the volume on tracks using envelope editing. My voice is terrible but once again, it will be dropped down for the worship leader (who just might be me this Sunday, yikes).
I couldn't quite get the delay and tone of the electric guitar like on the Phillips Craig & Dean version, but oh well, this'll do for now. Piano and the two synth pads were done with the GR-55. The acoustic guitar is a Breedlove Atlas AC25SR Plus and the electrics are done with a PRS Custom 24 through a Boss ME-70. Bass is my trusty el cheapo Jackson.
Recorded this in about 1-1/2 evenings. I love this tune by Hillsong Worship. We used this in our Advent service today at Palisades Baptist Church. Merry Christmas!
CCLI License #181784
Demo of the TC Electronic Flashback Triple Play and Tri-Chorus. Starts with no effects, then tapped dotted quarter analog delay, then space echo, then analog mod. Tri-chorus default (mode switch straight up) with all controls set at 12 o-clack follows, Then everything (a bit much). When layering presets I had the mode switch in parallel.
A cover "in the style of" Kutless' version of King of My Heart.
Meaux Jeaux Music, Raucous Ruckus Publishing, Sarah McMillan Designee (SESAC) CCLI Song # 7046145 CCLI License #181784
Just got an MXR M300 reverb pedal and tried it out for that airy atmospheric pad throughout the song. My be using the tune as a backing track this Sunday for worship. Dedicating this to our drummer Gerry who is in the hospital.
Updated 1/11/18: Punched in some of the sketchy lead vocals on the beginning. Also added echoes on the outro.
Just a short, rough sample of a medley arrangement I put together for this Sunday's service before 4th of July.
Update 7/5/18: Upped the tempo a bit from 78 to 82 bmp, added a touch of pitch correction on the vocals, brought up the acoustic guitar in the mix and reduced the overall master volume.