Overseers Adam Diehl & Jon Paul Robles

Tips for Playing 2nd Keyboard

Posted on January 11th, 2012 by adamdiehl

If you haven’t watched the video on creating an open sound, it’d be a good idea before you dig into this video. If you’re reading this on email or in an RSS reader, you will need to click on the title above to view this video on the cmiworship.com website.

Drumming in Worship Tips.

Posted on December 19th, 2011 by adamdiehl

Two things make a good drummer in a worship service: Steady Tempo and Consistency. Those are not the same thing. Carl Albrecht (who has played on more worship recordings that you can shake a stick at), has some great things to say about this. Check it in this video (you must follow the link).

Transitioning Smoothly.

Posted on October 24th, 2011 by adamdiehl

This tip comes from Jamie Brown of www.worthilymagnify.com. He discusses some very practical ways to include transitions in our worship sets. If you’re reading this in an RSS reader or email, you will need to click on the blog title, “Transitioning Smoothly” above to view this video in the cmiworship.com website.

Elecric Guitar Tips

Posted on September 26th, 2011 by adamdiehl

This English guy has some incredible tips. I’m posting all five parts of his little workshop here. Here you can download the pdf of images that he is referring to in these videos.





Where Does the Music Stand Go?

Posted on June 9th, 2011 by adamdiehl

This tip comes from Jaime Brown of www.worthilymagnify.com.

Ideally, you’re prepared enough you don’t even need a music stand. But if it makes you feel comfortable to have it there “just in case” – do it reasonably. Like this video explains:

Another tip that might help is simply to keep your music stand flatter rather than aimed at your face. This also limits the visual barrier between you and the congregation.

Bass Guitar Tips

Posted on May 23rd, 2011 by adamdiehl

This skill crafting tip for Bass Guitarists comes from the musicians at Lakeview Church, where Israel Houghton is the worship leader. Enjoy.

Acoustic Guitar Patterns.

Posted on April 25th, 2011 by adamdiehl

This tip to craft our skill comes from Jaime Brown of www.worthilymagnify.com. He has some stellar-and-much-needed tips for acoustic guitar players everywhere.

Forming a Modern Worship Sound on a Piano

Posted on March 28th, 2011 by adamdiehl

This video has some basic tips on playing modern worship on a piano. I refer to The Chart in the video – it might be helpful for you (right click-open in new tab to open “The Chart”). I also mention the Happy Goodman family.

If you don’t see a youtube video embedded above, click here.

What to Play When You Pray

Posted on March 2nd, 2011 by adamdiehl

This month’s Skill Crafting tip comes from worship leader Jaime Brown of www.worthilymagnify.com. I picked this video to feature on www.cmiworship.com because I’ve actually had pastors ask me, “Adam, how can I get my worship team to play appropriately during a prayer?!” Jaime is spot-on! Check it out.

The Extra “Kick.”

Posted on March 31st, 2010 by adamdiehl

Are you stressin’ out looking for a “kick” for your Easter service? If you have a projection system, videos can help. There are websites that sell videos for churches – usually for $20 or less. My two favorite sources are www.ignitermedia.com and www.sermonspice.com. The latter is a “dealer” of sorts for several companies that make videos.

Here are a few of my favorites:

This is a powerful opening for any Easter service. It made me cry a little bit — I think we’re going to use this one at my church this weekend. “Come Awake.”

Here’s one of the most popular Easter videos ever, from my perspective. “Sunday’s Comin’”

If you’re a family oriented church, and looking for a funny Easter moment – this may be the way to go.

Need to minister en espanol? Aqui!

If you need any help putting together a projection system, please contact your Worship Arts pastoral overseers – either JP Robles or myself by emailing ‘questions@cmiworship.com’

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