Here are the top congregational songs of 2013 so far, according to Worship Leader. Feel free to leave your suggestions in the comments.
Long known for their groundbreaking work with digital audio processing, Universal Audio has consistently made both great hardware and software and the Apollo Twin is the combination of the two together.
The sound of the UE7s is wonderfully open and balanced. The highs are incredibly clear without being overly bright while the lows are powerful and punchy. The frequency range is quite balanced; the kick and bass don’t overpower vocal clarity and listening to music, especially pop, is a ton of fun.
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A series on the contemporary congregational song – Part 4
One of the most anticipated releases of 2014, the Aira TR-8 has not disappointed so far. An all-new version of the classic TR-808 and TR-909 electronic drum kits combined into one, the TR-8 brings the famous sounds of Roland drum machines into a device with features and functions for the modern age.
A series that examines the contemporary congregational song – Part 3.
A series that examines the contemporary congregational song, Part 2. If you haven’t read my inaugural article, you’ll find it helpful before you sink your teeth into this one. Here’s…...
Daniel Thornton put his doctrinal research to use in critically looking at the most sung songs in worship services today. And offers his findings here.