Use of iWorship and similar sound/videotracks

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  1. USN2Pulpit

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    Good afternoon everyone,

    Does anyone here use iWorship (or any other worship multimedia provider) sound/videotracks during the music section of weekly worship? If so, please share some experience.

    We have used them a few times, and find that the leader must be well-practiced, as a videotrack doesn't make changes on the fly like an instrumentalist could, however, the sound and presentation is nice when it's done right. Requires lots of practice though.

    Some of them tend to be a little high for the average congregation, so we had to look carefully before deciding on one.
     
  2. annsni

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    Our deaf church uses the iWorship but when we have to use tracks at our campus (small campus that meets at a hotel and we don't always have a worship team available), we either purchase backing tracks or else my husband creates them in Propellerhead Reason or Abelton Live. I've used the backing tracks to automate the slides for the projector (using ProPresenter 4) and on some backing tracks it's hard because there are no "landmarks" for me to know where I am but when they are done, they look great.
     
  3. Mexdeaf

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    We use iWorship for our Deaf worship also. It's great to have the words and music all together.
     

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