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EasyWorship 7 Worship Software [Review]

EasyWorship 7 worship software shipped recently with a few new features and an attractive price for existing customers that already own version 6. Owners of MediaShout, Pro Presenter, Proclaim or one of the other worship software tools for presenting in church will want to give EasyWorship 7 a close look, especially if you're not pleased with what you already own.

Put the A in Your Church t-e-c-h: TEACH

There’s nothing quite like learning how to use a new piece of gear or practicing a new technique, and then having to train someone else on your team how to be proficient with it! The great thing about this is that it forces you to truly grasp the fundamental concepts of what you’re doing and why. In order to teach something effectively, you need to distill the complex variables of your task into manageable concepts that your student can comprehend and then put into practice.

How do Worship Church Sound Techs Practice?

Mixing sound is as much an art as it is a craft. And like any art or craft, it requires a commitment to learning and practice in order to stay proficient and mix with excellence on a regular basis. That’s all well and good to say, but what does it really mean to “practice sound?” How can church sound techs practice and get better? Are there tools that can help measure that advancement in knowledge and skill? I hate to break it to you like this, but if you want to get better at mixing sound then you’ll need to do more than just show up at mid-week worship rehearsal, shadow the lead mix engineer on Sunday, and “think about running sound.” Fortunately, there are some great resources to help you get started (if you're an audio rookie), and tools to help you continue your education (even if you’re a live sound veteran).