Overlake Christian Church, Redmond, WA

November 13 & 14, 2009

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Our mission is to provide excellent resources and equipping for Christian musicians in order to improve skill and inspire talent all for God’s glory. We hope that you and your team will benefit greatly from attending this event.

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CMS Productions / Christian Musician Summit, Inc. 4227 South Meridian, Suite C-275 * Puyallup, WA 98373 (253) 655-5000 office (253) 655-5001 fax info@christianmusiciansummit.com www.ChristianMusicianSummit.com

Friday, November 13 8:00 AM Registration / Exhibits* Open 9:00 Opening Worship Lincoln Brewster 9:45 Keynote - Brian Doerksen 10:10 Welcome & Announcements 10:30 Session 1 11:30 PM Lunch Break / Exhibits Open 1:00 Session 2 2:15 Afternoon Worship Paul Baloche 3:15 Session 3 4:30 Afternoon Concert Jeremy Riddle 5:00 Dinner Break 7:00 Evening Concert Matt Redman, Songwriter’s in the Round, Doyle Dykes with Andy Leftwich 10:15 Late Night Groove Lounge Norm Stockton Group

PROGRAM TABLE of CONTENTS
Welcome & Schedule _______________ 4 Sponsors & Exhibitors _______________ 6 Artists & Presenters ______________ 8-15 Session 1 Workshops (Fri.) _______ 18-19 Session 2 Workshops (Fri.) _______ 22-23 Session 3 Workshops (Fri.) _______ 24-25 Session 4 Workshops (Sat.) _______ 28-29 Session 5 Workshops (Sat.) _______ 30-31 Session 6 Workshops (Sat.) _______ 32-33 Join us in 2010____________________ 37 Campus Map & On-Site Food Menu __ 38

Norm Stockton - bass, Tony Guerrero - trumpet, Rob Rinderer - keys, David Owens - drums... featuring new music from ‘Tea in the Typhoon’

Saturday, November 14 8:00 AM Registration / Exhibits* Open 9:00 Opening Worship Jesse Butterworth 9:30 Keynote Message Mike Howerton 10:15 Session 4 11:30 Session 5 12:30 PM Lunch Break / Exhibits Open 2:00 Afternoon Concert Laura Story 2:45 Session 6 4:00 Closing Worship worship led by Carl Cartee & Don Poythress message by Brian Doerksen 5:00 Dinner Break 7:00 Evening Concert Newworldson, Brenton Brown, Brandon Bee
*exhibits open throughout the day, both days
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POLICIES CHILDREN & INFANTS We do not provide a special rate for children. Though there are many talented young musicians, we recommend that children 12 and under, as well as infants, not attend the conference. If you are a nursing mother and must bring your infant, please respect the other registrants by leaving a workshop, session or concert if your baby becomes disruptive. Children are welcome to attend the evening concerts. Again, please respect other attendees by taking your child out if they become distracting. RECORDING Audio or video recording the workshops, sessions and/or concerts is prohibited, due to licensing issues. BRINGING INSTRUMENTS There are a few workshops for guitar & bass where presenters encourage attendees to bring their instrument. Please do so. Please note, however, that neither the CMS, Spirit West Coast nor City of Grace Church are responsible for lost or stolen property. We do not have a ‘storage’ facility, so guitars will have to be held or stored at your own risk. CANCELLATIONS / REFUNDS If you are unable to attend, you have a couple of options. You can either switch over your registration to another individual, or you can contact us for a partial refund. A certain percentage is retained to cover various service fees we incur for each transaction. Cancellations will not be refunded after 2 weeks prior to the start date of the event.

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“Digital Mixing: Hands-On” Sessions 1, 3 & 5 in Lobby Room 2 or Peter Robinson during his workshop... “A Sound Assessment” Session 1 in Room 136, or Session 6 in Room 104

Matt Redman / www.mattredman.com Matt Redman is married to Beth and they have four children; Maisey, Noah, Rocco and Jackson. Based in Atlanta they are part of a team starting ‘Passion City Church’ with pastors Louie and Shelley Giglio. Matt has been leading worship full-time since the age of 20 and this journey has taken him to countries such as South Africa, Japan, India, Australia, Germany, Uganda, Croatia and the Czech Republic. His early compositions include ‘The Heart of Worship’, ‘Better is One Day’ and ‘Once Again’. More recent songs have included ‘Blessed Be Your Name’ and ‘You Never Let Go’ - both written with wife Beth and encouraging us to worship God through the storms of life. Matt is also the author of three books which all centre around the theme of worship. ‘The Unquenchable Worshipper’, ‘Facedown’, and ‘Blessed Be Your Name’, co-authored with Beth. newworldson / www.newworldson.com Armed with inspirational lyrics and world class musicianship, NEWWORLDSON rescues soul music from being a mere genre and returns the art form to its sacred roots. Singer Joel Parisien says “if you trace back the roots of ‘roots’ music, of ‘soul’ music, of ‘folk’ music, it’s about folks; it’s social music. We hope our fans become our family. We hope they leave our shows feeling inspired. Our ministry is about uplifting people.” With the force of an orchestra, Josh Toal (guitar, vocals), Rich Moore (bass, vocals), Mark Rogers (drums) and Parisien (vocals, keys) come together to form a revolutionary four-piece gospel combo. Brenton Brown / www.brentonbrown.com A gifted songwriter and musician, Brenton has written many worship songs, including “Everlasting God,” “Lord, Reign in Me,” “All Who Are Thirsty,” and “Hallelujah (Your Love is Amazing).” Everlasting God was released with Survivor and with Sparrow in the States. In 2005 the Browns reluctantly left London and their home church of Holy Trinity Brompton for California. Since then they have been welcomed into the Horizon family of churches and have traveled across the States and beyond leading worship in churches as far afield as Sweden and Korea. 2008 saw the arrival of a baby daughter called Bella, and Brenton’s second solo project, ‘Because of Your Love.’ Brenton has been lucky enough to have his songs recorded by Chris Tomlin and Lincoln Brewster. He has 5 songs in CCLI’s top 100. Brenton’s current radio single, “Adoration” has been gaining momentum as another congregational favorite. Doyle Dykes / www.doyledykes.com Doyle’s early years as a guitarist took him around the world as he toured with The Stamps Quartet and later with Grand Ole Opry Star, Grandpa Jones. Doyle has since returned to the Grand Ole Opry for numerous performances, many appearing live on national television. As an endorser and clinician for Taylor Guitars, Doyle has designed a very successful signature guitar. The Doyle Dykes Signature Model Taylor guitar (“DDSM”) features an amplification system by L.R. Baggs, deemed as the Doyle Dykes Hexaphonic Pickup System. Doyle also helped design his signature Rivera amplifier, called the Sedona, designed to accommodate both electric and acoustic instruments. Doyle’s signature instruments and equipment have influenced the musical instrument industry on a global basis. Andy Leftwich / skaggsfamilyrecords.com
Jesse Butterworth / www.jessebutterworth.com Jesse Butterworth is the music pastor at Overlake Christian Church in Redmond, WA, a thriving community of thousands seeking to Love God, Love People and Serve the World! Jesse is a Dove award nominated singer and songwriting and has had multiple songs hit #1 on Christian radio. Jesse, his wife and 2 sons live in Kirkland, WA. Learn more about Jesse’s music, download chord charts and look at airbrushed pics of his cherubic face @ www.JesseButterworth.com or connect with him on Twitter (@Jbutterworth) & Facebook (facebook.com/JesseButterworth)

ARTISTS & PRESENTERS

Andy started playing the fiddle at the age of six, learning first from his father, and then from local musicians in the small rural town of White House, Tennessee. It was only a year later when he entered his first fiddle contest – and by the age of nine, Andy had won the Tennessee State Championship for Beginners. By the time he was a teenager, Andy had also become proficient on both the mandolin and the guitar in addition to the fiddle, and was entering competitions across the country on all three instruments. In February 2001, Ricky Skaggs made a surprise call to the Leftwich home and invited Andy to join him and the band for a show that weekend. Skaggs made a move that surprised not only the entire crowd, but his entire band as well. Onstage, in the middle of the show, Skaggs turned to Andy and offered him his hand, asking the shocked young fiddler, “What are you doin’ for the next couple of years?” In one magical moment, the future looked very different for the young musician who had just landed a dream gig, playing fiddle alongside the very best bluegrass pickers in the world. In addition, Andy continues to build an impressive list of studio and performance credits, lending his talents to acts like Craig Morgan, Taylor Mike Howerton / Swift, Jon Randall, Jimmy Wayne, Trick Pony, Pam Tillis, Clay Walker, www.mikehowerton.blogspot.com Travis Tritt, Steve Wariner, and the Nashville Chamber Orchestra. Mike’s been serving God full Brandon Bee / www.brandonbeemusic.com time since 1992 and spent six Brandon Bee is a Producer, Songwriter, and of those years as College Pastor Arranger from the Seattle area. He’s worked with at Saddleback Church in Orange some of the top bands coming out of Seattle County, California before joining the Overlake team while continuing to travel to Nashville, L.A., in 2004. He married Jodie in the mid 1990’s. He loves Vegas, and Canada to co-write and/or produce wrestling on the floor with his two children (Alexandra and more nationally known secular and Christian Caleb), surfing, traveling and helping people discover their artists; such as Stacie Orrico, Amber Pacific, freedom in Christ. He’s inspired by the thoughtful music Jamie Jamgochian, Kieth Cookson, and Lanae of U2, Matt Redman, and Jesse Butterworth, and he’s still Hale. He produced a Juno Award Nominee searching desperately for that elusive original thought. and an Island Award winner for Canadian artist Mike was educated at Pepperdine University and Fuller Matthew James! He has co-written with Nick Theological Seminary. He is honored to be Overlake’s Turpin for artists such as Jojo, Jordan Mcoy, and Nick Carter. Brandon Lead Pastor and to teach Sundays at 9:20 am, 11 am and has worked with the record labels Warner, East west, Hopeless, 6 pm. No matter the service, the focus is always to bring Fearless, Pacific Music, Centricity, R.O.M, and Save the City records to glory to Jesus, to introduce people to the love and freedom sharpen his skills on major projects. Although producing has truly kept he offers and to inspire those already in a relationship of Brandon busy, his heart cannot change what he was brought up as, a love with Jesus to live the LIFE He offers and calls us into. worship leader. He has the heart to lead and encourage.

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Paul Baloche / www.leadworship.com Paul Baloche has written some of this generation’s most compelling worship songs. He states, “I’ve realized the value of creating personal worship times. Even though I teach worship, read about it, and sing about it,” says Baloche. “It’s like prayer. We can talk about prayer, go to prayer seminars, but there comes a time where we need to just “DO IT”. We were created for His pleasure. We were created for relationship with the living God. That’s the reality.” For Baloche, living in that reality has inspired him to write some of the most powerful worship songs of this generation. As a bridge builder between traditional and contemporary worship, Baloche has literally put words in mouths of believers all over the world. The Dove award-winning artist has had his songs recorded by Michael W. Smith, Randy Travis, SonicFlood, John Tesh, and others. He currently has more than 10 songs on CCLI’s top 500 songs performed in churches. His “Open the Eyes of My Heart” is at No. 2 on the CCLI list. Lincoln Brewster / www.lincolnbrewster.com A love and natural gift for the guitar landed Brewster a gig with mainstream rocker Steve Perry (Journey) and led to offers from mainstream rock labels all before he was 21. But Brewster had made a commitment to Christ in his late teens, and instead took a position at his local church as a sound technician. He remained faithful at that church, eventually taking on youth leadership and worship leadership responsibilities. Several years later, he crossed paths with Vertical music, part of Integrity Music Group in Mobile, AL, finding a label home that allowed him to record the modern, rock-tinged worship for which he has become known. In addition to his role as worship leader each Sunday in his home church at Bayside, Brewster is also serving as a worship music instructor at various worship conferences throughout the country. Brian Doerksen / www.briandoerksen.com Brian Doerksen is a songwriter, recording artist, author, conference speaker and pastor. Brian was born and raised on the west coast of Canada in Abbotsford B.C. and now raises his family of 6 children in the home that he was raised in. His songs are known around the world in churches of all kinds and include Come, Now Is The Time To Worship, Hope Of The Nations, Faithful One, Refiner’s Fire, Hallelujah (Your Love Is Amazing), Holy God & The River. In April 2008, Brian received a JUNO award (Canadian equivalent of the Grammy awards) for Holy God (Contemporary Christian/Gospel Album of the year). His first book, MAKE LOVE, MAKE WAR, is being publishing by David C Cook and was released in August 2009. He has also just completed co-writing a musical (a 7 year process!) with Christopher Greco (a playwright based in Boston) based on Luke 15 called Prodigal God ‘a tale of 2 sons and one wastefully extravagant father’. It’s the story of the prodigal son and his father seen through the eyes of the elder brother. Laura Story / www.laurastorymusic.com Like the twists and turns of a mountain road, Laura Story’s life has held its share of unexpected moments - some exhilarating, some terrifying, and some simply beautiful to behold. Leaning solely on her faith in the sovereignty of God, Story has learned that no matter what comes around the next bend, it’s going to be an incredible view. Once an aspiring symphony conductor, Story didn’t even know she could sing - much less write songs - until she was in her early twenties. Today, Story is not only a gifted vocalist and worship leader but also the composer of one of the most beloved worship songs of our generation - “Indescribable.” The song has helped people all over the world experience our magnificent God.
Don Poythress / www.donpoythress.com A profound moment in Don’s young musical education took place in his childhood piano class. It was here that Don’s instructor, a deeply spiritual woman, opened his eyes to more than music. “I remember once as I was practicing,” he recalls, “She told me, ‘Now one day the Lord is going to use you in country music, and you’re going to be on the Grand Ole Opry. He’s going to use you to draw people, and you’re going to tell them about Christ.’ It was heavy stuff for a four-year-old.” Those words of faith would prove prophetic. Today Don is one of Nashville’s premier songwriters. His songs have been recorded by both acclaimed country stars including Tim McGraw, Clint Black, and Travis Tritt, and Christian artists such as Jaci Velasquez, The Martins, and Brian Littrell. Accordingly, Don’s accolades also cross genre lines. In 2006 The Martins’ recording of Don’s song “The Promise” received a Dove Award for Southern Gospel Recorded Song of the Year. Two years later he received an ASCAP award for Kellie Pickler’s chart-topping hit, “Things That Never Cross A Man’s Mind.” But regardless of the artist, Don always stays true to his spiritual heritage. Norm Stockton / normstockton.com As bassist, artist and clinician (MTD Basses, Gallien-Krueger, CMS Conferences), Norm Stockton travels throughout North America, Europe and Japan. As of 2006, Norm can be found playing bass & singing backing vocals with Lincoln Brewster. Norm has been profiled in Bass Player magazine, as well as the featured artist on the Gallien Krueger website. As a bass educator, Norm has served as adjunct faculty at Concordia University, Hope International University, Biola University, The Los Angeles Music Academy, and MusicDojo.com. He also serves as the bass columnist for Christian Musician magazine. His new solo release, Tea in the Typhoon, featuring the artistic talents of John & Sachi Patitucci, Gregg Bissonette, Rob Mullins and Michael Manring, releases in the fall of 2009. Norm lives in Orange County, CA, with his wife and daughters. Norm is performing solo work at the LATE NIGHT GROOVE LOUNGE w/ Tony Guerrero on Trumpet, Rob Rinderer on keys & David Owens on drums. Jeremy Riddle / jeremyriddle. net For Jeremy Riddle, a big part of his ministry is in creating fresh expressions of worship that both exalt the Creator and encourage and enlighten the people of God. The songs on The Now And Not Yet reflect this new inspiration in Jeremy’s ministry. The project opens with a bold new declaration about the pivotal event in human history - the resurrection of Christ. Christianity Today.com noted Jeremy’s “Imaginative, praise-focused lyrics and an equally compelling soundtrack” as just a few of the reasons to award his 2007 release, Full Attention, 4.5 out of 5 stars. That project featured AC Christian radio’s #6 mostplayed song of 2006, “Sweetly Broken”, with over 2.5 million impressions. The song was in such demand that it spent more than 40 weeks in heavy rotation on K-LOVE Radio Network’s play list. Carl Cartee / www.carlcartee.com For Carl Cartee, the songs on his newest release, Here I Go, were drawn from his own wrestling with his faith amid difficult circumstances. Produced by Nathan Nockels and Matt Stanfield, the result is a deep and honest expression of worship that seeks to spur the listener to put feet to their own faith. As a staff writer for Brentwood –Benson Music Publishing and Artist In Residence at Fellowship Bible Church, and founder of Mighty Oak Records equipping other worship leaders has always been a component of Carl’s ministry, but in the past that has generally taken the form of one-on-one mentoring. Now he and his wife Heather feel called to create a new method of equipping and have created their first worship conference, called Inspire. Part of his goal is to encourage worship leaders and songwriters to dig deep with their art.

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Carl Albrecht / www.carlalbrecht.com Carl has been a professional drummer & percussionist for over 30 years. He has played on over 80 Integrity Music projects; Maranatha Praise Band recordings 7 thru 10, & numerous other Christian, Pop, Country, Jazz, & Commercial projects. He has performed with Don Moen, Paul Baloche, Lenny LeBlanc, Bob Fitts, Paul Wilbur, Alvin Slaughter, Darrell Evans, Phil Driscoll, Koinonia, Abe Laboriel & Friends, Kim Hill, Paul Overstreet, LeAnn Rimes, Jason Upton, Travis Cottrell and many others. Carl officially endorses & “uses” YAMAHA Drums and SHURE microphones. Mitch Bohannon / www.bos-capos.com Mitch is one of the pioneers in the development of the cut-capo, an alternate tuning device used by many worship leaders today, including Chris Tomlin and Rick Cua. His charts and articles can be found in Christian Musician and Worship Musician Magazine. He has also been featured in WorshipTogether. com’s New Song Cafe displaying the advantages of using short cut capos. Mitch lives in Dayton, Texas, where he serves as a Music Pastor at First Baptist Church. Rick Boring, Senior Systems Consultant / www.CCISolutions.com Rick has extensive experience in the design and operation of video production and presentation systems, as well as audio and lighting systems. With a degree in business administration, he brings a unique and powerful perspective to both the technical and functional aspects of video and audio systems. Rick’s ability to understand a client’s presentation and performance needs, as well as their technical requirements, allows him to bring cost effective and technologically superior solutions designed to maximize the return on investment. Marc Breda / www.occ.org Marc is the Technical Arts Director at Overlake Christian Church (home of the CMS@Overlake) and has worked 18 years as a production professional -- FOH engineer, production manager, rigger, and A/V/L systems designer. He has mixed and managed hundreds of shows, from churches to stadiums, working with artists including David Foster, Ray Charles and Lou Rawls and clients like Microsoft and Nike. Marc leads a team of 30+ volunteers and his passion is to see technology used to its maximum potential to spread the Gospel. Marc and wife Shannon have been married 11 years and have two young children. Tom Brooks / www.worshipalliance.com Tom Brooks is best known as Senior Producer, Arranger, and Keyboardist on the award winning “HOSANNA! MUSIC” Praise & Worship Series from INTEGRITY MUSIC. Tom has produced over 100 Christian albums; several receiving Gold and Platinum Record status and “Dove Award” honors. Tom has produced many artists in Christian Music; including Ron Kenoly, Crystal Lewis, Don Moen, Graham Kendrick, Sandi Patti, Bob Fitts, Twila Paris, Kent Henry, and more. Tom’s productions are an integral part of the multi-platinum “SONGS 4 WORSHIP SERIES”; the largest selling Christian albums in history. Kelly Carpenter / www.kelsongs.com Kelly Carpenter is a musician, songwriter, and worship leader whose songs have been featured on numerous inspirational recordings. He is best known for having written “Draw Me Close (To You)” as well as “Send Your Rain” and “Arise Oh Lord”. He is currently the worship pastor at Vineyard Community Church in Shoreline, Washington. He and his wife Merrilyn live in nearby Woodinville along with their two dogs. Tim Carson / www.vocalartistry.com Tim Carson is the founder of Vocal Artistry and the Vocal Artistry Training Series. Tim was on the music staff at Willow Creek Community Church for 12 years and taught at Wheaton College where he developed new curriculum for singing modern styles. His former students include recording artists, Broadway/musical theater professionals, and worship leaders around the country. Vocal Artistry has a full line of vocal training products and offers workshops all over North America. Jacob Cody / www.yamaha.com/ca Prior to joining YCAS, for the past six years, Jacob Cody was an audio technician at the 12,000-member Cathedral of Faith in San Jose, Calif. supporting over six venues on the church campus specifically with their digital consoles. He has worked as an audio technician for ABC, FOX and ESPN Sports on college related broadcasts and spent four years as a freelance contractor/engineer mixing for local clubs, hotels, corporate events and festivals.

Paul Constable / www.easyworship.com From brewing coffee at his church cappuccino bar to serving on the board, Paul enjoys meeting the needs of the church in whatever the capacity. Professionally, Paul is able to follow suit. Operating as the Sales and Marketing Director for EasyWorship, Paul has the opportunity to teach multimedia presentation to churches around the nation with the intention of improving the church experience for staff members, volunteers and visitors alike. Dan Craik / www.yamaha.com/ca Dan is the newly appointed House of Worship Marketing Manager for the US and Canada for Yamaha Commercial Audio Systems Inc. Before coming to Yamaha as a Product Manger in 1998, he served as the Technical Director of the School of Performing Arts at California State University, Chico and Director of the Aspen Music Festival and School’s Audio Recording Institute. 10

Rick Cua / www.rickcua.com Not just a musical artist, Rick knows the business of music as well. Besides being a music publisher, artist manager and booking agent, he founded and ran his own record label, UCA Records, in the 1990s which led to a position for five and 1⁄2 years as Vice President, Creative/Copyright Development at EMI CMG in Nashville. There he managed a large songwriter roster and exponentially grew revenue through film and TV licensing, song promotion and print music development. He is currently on staff as the minister of Pastoral Care and Visitation at Grace Chapel in Franklin, TN. Dave Dartnall / www.howrt.com Dave has been leading worship for close to thirty years, and has utilized sound systems in every size and in almost every possible type of setting. Dave understands the essential elements of producing excellent sound, and has discovered and developed many creative solutions to the myriad of challenges that worship bands and technical directors face. He is the House of Worship Resource Team leader and serves the needs of those involved in the Christian worship and music community, along with Grammy Award winning mixing engineer, Steve Smith, former Technical Director of Overlake Christian Church. Barry DeVorzon / www.masterwriter.com Barry DeVorzon recently had a hit with “No More Drama” recorded by Mary J. Blige, which went Top 5 and platinum. His “Theme From S.W.A.T.” was featured in the motion picture, “S.W.A.T.” The original music from “The Warriors” is coming out in a new video game by the same name. He is probably most well known for his award winning song, “Nadia’s Theme.” Greg Dolezal / www.propresenter.com Greg is a partner with the presentation software group ProPresenter. In addition, he has been the tour manager for Sixsteps Recording artist, Chris Tomlin.

Doug Doppler / www.guitar411.com Recording artist, touring musician, studio player, clinician and teacher are but a few of the hats that guitarist Doug Doppler wears. Signed to Steve Vai’s highly acclaimed Favored Nations label, Doug share one other key thing in common with his “boss”, they are both former pupils of guitar maestro Joe Satriani - and yes, Doug has already played at G3. Doppler’s upcoming U.S. tour frames him with another guitar hero - the legendary Michael Schenker of UFO and MSG fame. No stranger to the road, Doug most recently toured across Europe in 2006 opening for Gilby Clarke of Guns N’ Roses and Rock Star Supernova. Melissa Doppler Melissa is passionate about equipping musicians and worshipers as leaders both on and off the platform. Originally from Sydney, Australia, she draws from over 25 years experience in church leadership across a broad range of church life as well as over 20 years in corporate management and team leadership. After attending bible college at Hillsong church she served on the Hillsong Worship and Creative Arts team for many years. Since arriving in San Francisco in 2003, Melissa has served as vocal director, worship leader, service director, small group leader and in various teaching roles at C3 San Francisco where she and her husband, Doug, are committed members. Stan Endicott / www.consumingworship.com Stan Endicott is a nationally-recognized, deeply respected and beloved Worship Pastor, Music Producer and Mentor to hundreds of Worship Leaders around the country. With more than 25 years serving the Church and the Gospel as a Worship Leader, Music Producer and Worship Consultant, Stan has produced more than 200 albums for Maranatha Music and directed music productions for dozens of internationallyknown names and events such as Franklin Graham Ministries and Promise Keepers. Corey Fournier / www.rolandus.com Corey Fournier is a musician and songwriter who’s performed with Darlene Zschech, Tommy Walker, Paul Baloche, and the Parachute Band. He is director of the WorshipConnection.org which provides ongoing training and resources for worship musicians. He also taught music technology courses at UCLA for seven years. Corey is a regular contributor to industry magazines and edited the book, All About Music Technology in Worship published by Hal Leonard. Richard Gibson / www.audiosource.org Richard has in excess of 20 years experience in consumer products sales. He has extensive experience in all phases of the M.I. channels including retail, “big box” retail, wholesale and contractor. Mr Gibson has also been involved in authoring significant training programs for use in M.I. and other consumer channels. Mr. Gibson resides in the greater Seattle area.

Doug Gould / Worship MD Doug Gould’s job and calling is to train up musicians, techs and pastors in the use of microphones, personal monitors and wireless sysytems in churches and worship conferences all over the United States and Canada. He has been employed in the Pro Audio and Music Industry for over 25 years and also serves as worship leader in is home church in New Jersey. He currently works for Audio-Technica, PreSonus, Aviom and Westone as a clinician and representative to the House of Worship market. Sheri Gould Sheri Gould is a graduate of the University of Illinois. She’s taught voice, been a worship leader and music director for over 25 years. For 13 years she directed Good News Productions, an evangelistic outreach involving singing, drama, dance and original musicals. She writes for Worship Musician! Magazine and tours the country with her husband teaching and equipping the Body of Christ at such conferences as, Karitos, Worship Institute Northeast, His Call Ministries and Christian Musician Summit in Seattle, Sacramento, Buffalo and now Mesa, AZ. 11

Ben Gowell / www.bengowell.com Ben Gowell is a session guitarist and producer based out of Minneapolis, Minnesota. He has played on many studio recordings, including projects by Paul Baloche, Michael W. Smith, Sara Groves, and others. He has traveled the world teaching classes and seminars on electric guitar. Ben has also served as the Creative Arts Pastor at Valley Creek Church in Saint Paul, MN for the past 8 years. Tony Guerrero / www.tonyguerrero.com Tony Guerrero is a noted trumpet player in the jazz arena with eight critically acclaimed Billboard charting solo CDs. While maintaining an active schedule both in performances and in the studio as a musician, writer and performer, Tony also serves as the Director of Creative Arts for Saddleback Church, home church of Pastor Rick Warren and the Purpose Driven movement. At Saddleback, he co-leads a ministry that oversees hundreds of musicians, singers, actors, dancers and more, pulling off over 20 services per weekend in various venues and regional campuses. He also has written several known worship songs (most notably “I Will Not Be Shaken”), writes monthly articles for Worship Leader Magazine, published a book called “Attracting Quality Musicians” and speaks at various worship conferences around the world. Mark Hamre / www.neckup.com Mark is a fingerstyle and classical guitarist from Vancouver, WA. He is the inventor of the NeckUp Guitar Support which, along with his CDs, is available through his website at www.neckup.com

David Harsh / www.davidharsh.com David Harsh is a 1st place National award-winning songwriter from Seattle who brings new levels of creativity to the acoustic guitar. Although he was originally trained as an opera singer in multiple languages, David now finds joy in serving the Lord by performing original music and leading worship all over the country. He has released 3 independent albums and is rapidly becoming known as “the guy who plays a guitar with his feet,” where he plays two guitars at the same time on his song “Four Limbs.” Paul Herman / www.ccli.com Paul Herman is a songwriter, worship leader and the Marketing Manager of CCLI. Paul holds a Bachelor’s Degree in Communications from George Fox University and has served as marketing/communications specialist for a number of ministries.

Greg Hearns, Sr Systems Consultant / www.CCISolutions.com Greg is a graduate of the Seattle Art Institute with specialized training in recording and mixing. Greg has spent much of his career working as either an operator or designer. He has trained technical staff-volunteer and paid--in the fine art of operating sound in support of various styles of performance in many venues on the West Coast. He is also experienced in video production and the use of live-broadcast TV. Greg will provide overall project direction and design to a project, complete with commissioning the system and training operations personnel to insure that the system provided meets the client’s goals. Sandy Hoffman / www.EssentialWorship.com Sandy Hoffman has been instructing and leading Christians in worship for over 24 years. He is the author of the Beginning and Essential Worship Guitar and Keyboard Books and DVDs. A featured instructor at the Christian Guitarist and Bass Conferences from HeartfeltMusic.org, he also writes a regular column, “Tips For Tight Teams,” for Worship Musician Magazine. Sandy’s personal mission statement is, “To go before the throne of God and take others with me.” He practices this mission while acting as the Director of Worship Arts for Grace Community Church in Santa Fe, NM. Tom Jackson / www.tomjacksonproductions.com Since 1988, Tom has been one of the leading onstage consultant/producers for tours, showcases and shows in the Music industry. Tom’s passion is to develop artists onstage skills and produce shows that are unique. Tom has a calling to help the independent/unsigned artists and their ministries. Tom has helped hundreds of independent “indie” artists with not just onstage coaching but he has been directly responsible for helping raise millions of dollars for independent artists and their ministries. Cherlyn Johnson / www.cherlynmusic.com A versatile violinist, concert artist, worship leader, composer and clinician, Cherlyn holds a Master of Music from the St. Louis Conservatory of Music. In addition to being on faculty of colleges, conservatories and music schools across the county, she’s played with artists from Natalie Cole and Liza Minnelli, to Dave Irish, contemporary worship bands, and artists from the Crystal Cathedral. Her ability to play all styles and improvise freely with the flow of the Holy Spirit has led her to play throughout the United States for Christian artists, churches, conferences and national events. Mike Johns / twitter.com/mjdrums Since 2007, Mike has been playing the drums for Lincoln Brewster. In addition to this role, he is a Worship Arts intern at Bayside Church. Beyond being a phenom behind the kit, Mike’s strengths are digital audio recording and programming tracks and loops designed for live playback. 12

Ed Kerr / www.kerrtunes.com Ed Kerr (pronounced ‘car’) has been a professional songwriter and recording artist for over two decades. For 13 years he was a lead vocalist and keyboard player for Harvest, a popular contemporary Christian music band. In the past 10 years he has written more than 100 songs recorded by Integrity Music. His playing is featured on “Rock of Ages”, “I Walk By Faith”, and “Forever”, recordings in Maranatha!Music’s popular Praise Band series, and he tours as an instructor in their Worship Leader Workshops. Ed has a Master’s Degree in piano performance and lives in Washington state with his wife, Carey, son, Cameron, and daughter, Natalie. Craig Kelly / www.vantageroad.com Free-lance television director Craig Kelly is a Seattle/Tacoma based television content and production service provider, specializing in live music, entertainment and corporate event video production. Since his start as a camera operator in 1977, he has produced, directed or shot thousands of television and video projects for broadcast, commercial DVD release, concerts, web-casts and corporate conferences in over 25 countries and 48 States including projects as diverse as: The 1984 Olympics, Peter Gabriel in High Def, the New Eric Burdon and the Animals DVD, Billy Graham Global Mission Events, Promise Keepers US schedule, Microsoft corporate events and, since 2001, The Western Washington MDA Jerry Lewis Telethon. Mike Kent / www.rolandsystemsgroup.com Mike Kent, Music Director at Calvary Christian Church and an employee of Roland will be teaching handson training courses about Digital Mixing and Personal Mixing. Mike has over 25 years of experience and brings a wealth of knowledge to these Roland Systems Group sponsored training courses.

Kyle Kovalik / www.sennheiser.com One of the very first graduates of the Musician’s Institute in Los Angeles, Kyle has been a musician virtually his entire life. He has been an audio professional in both Pro Sound and MI for the last two decades and works for Sennheiser Electronic Corporation. Sharing his “Four Steps to Solid Wireless Performance” program, Kyle will help you get the best out of your wireless systems, be they for vocals, instruments or in-ear-monitoring. He will also cover such hot topics as how best to configure multi-channel systems and the ever changing RF environment. Manuel Luz / www.manuelluz.com Manuel Luz is passionate about worship, the Oakland Raiders, and the intersections of faith and art. He is a songwriter, worship leader, author, and creative arts pastor for Oak Hills Church in Folsom. His new book, Imagine That: Discovering Your Unique Role as a Christian Artist, is now available from Moody Publishers. He is also a working musician, with almost 50 albums to his credit and hundreds of appearances as a soloist and with his bands. Kent Margraves / www.sennheiser.com Kent Margraves spent many years as a professional megachurch audio director and free-lance mixer, which includes mixes for several thousand worship services and concerts including FOH, recording, and broadcast mixes in many worship venues. He currently works with Sennheiser Electronic Corporation, focusing on Installed Sound and Worship applications and training. Kent still mixes regularly at his church in Charlotte, free lances when time allows, and operates TCG Media Group as a side business - which is dedicated to improving the audio experience in modern churches through customized training and contracting mixing. COL Lou McSheffrey / http://officer.washingtonarmyguard.org COL Lou McSheffrey has over 23 years of service of which the last 17 have been with the Washington Army National Guard. As an Aviator Guardsman, Lou has flown both rotary wing and fixed wing aircraft in support of state emergencies to include the relief effort to the survivors of Hurricane Katrina. Currently assigned as the Commander for the Washington Army National Guard’s Recruiting Command, Lou gets to share his “Guard experience with others on a regular basis.” For Lou, as an avid bassist with a passion for faith, family, music, and service, the Guard has been a perfect fit. Dave Mendez / www.shure.com For the past five years, David Mendez has served as a Market Development Specialist at Shure Incorporated. In this role, he provides product trainings and educational seminars around the United States on a number of audio topics with the goal of training people on the proper use of wired microphones, wireless microphone systems, and personal monitor systems. He also routinely exhibits at various worship, music, and theatre conferences, sharing product and application knowledge with attendees from all levels of experience. David is a graduate of Northwestern University, where he obtained a B.S. in Electrical Engineering and a B.Mus. in Classical Guitar Performance. John Mills / www.techtraining101.com John is our Production Manager & FOH engineer for the CMS@Overlake, CMS@theChapel and CMS Southwest. He has traveled around the country for the last 16 years touring with many amazing artists. Mills has worked in over 500 cities on his 4 year run with Chris Tomlin and the folks at Passion, over 200 cities with Shane and Shane, and close to 100 cities in his days with Lincoln Brewster. He also writes the FOH column for Worship Musician Magazine. Check out John’s audio equipping website with great articles and tips... Keith Mohr / www.indieheaven.com As the founder and president of Indieheaven.com, Keith Mohr has worked with well over 2500 independent Christian artists, assisting them with marketing, promotions, distribution and lots of advice since 1997. In January 2008, Keith founded The Christian Independent Alliance, an organization dedicated to providing support and fund raising services to Christian independent musicians. CIA is a staff department of Artists in Christian Testimony, INTL. Keith has been married for 22 years and has 3 children and lives near Franklin, TN. You can reach Keith at: info@indieheaven.com 13

Frank Montgomery / Tim Moon / street musicianary www.passionatepraise.com For over 30 years, Tim Moon has been a full time Frank is passionate about helping ‘street musicianary.’ Sharing the gospel along people cultivate a deeper relationship with his music on the street corners all over the with God. His desire is to empower Bay area of California. He volunteers with both people to have intimate worship as a Spirit West Coast and the Christian Musician consistent part of their daily lifestyle. Summit as an assistant to the administrative Frank knows that the greatest thing is team. to love God with all of your heart, soul, and mind. He’s been at Christian Faith Center since 1982 and Kyna Moore / www.occ.org each service they strive to create an atmosphere Kyna has four years experience as the Video that inspires people to worship and celebrate Jesus. Director at Overlake Christian Church. She has Music is a great tool to help us focus on the wonderful additional corporate technology experience at attributes of God. Bell Harbor International Conference Center in Seattle. Kyna has Scotty Murray / directed live video for hundreds of concerts, www.brentonbrown.com conferences, productions, and corporate events Scotty Murray has played live or in studio for Aaron Schust, Rebecca including Michael W. Smith, Third Day, Matt Redman, Microsoft, St James, Jesse Baylin, Brian Littrell, Swedish Medical Centers, and the City of Seattle. Vicky Beeching, Meredith Andrews Rick Naqvi / www.presonus.com and Natalie Grant. He is currently Rick is the director of sales and marketing for playing with Brenton Brown. PreSonus Audio. In addition to working in the pro audio industry, Rick is a fine guitarist in his Daniel Ornellas / own right, playing with several groups down www.danielornellas.com in the Baton Rouge, Louisianna area. Rick has For the last seven years, Daniel has a passion for teaching churches how to use been the bass player for worship rock new technology to create great recordings for trioTree 63, recording 5 out of the 6 ministry. international releases. He has cowritten on songs on major releases and has played on other artists records including Brenton Brown, Barlow Girl and Out of Eden. He has toured extensively and played bass on tour for Paul Colman, Michael Gungor Band, Tim Hughes, Al Gordon, Kelly Mintor and Matt Maher. In South Africa he produced 5 nationally released records and was nominated for 2 South African Music awards. His previous band also won a C.B.S.A. Music award for best rock record. Mike Overlin / www.yamahaworship.com Mike Overlin is the Manager of Worship Resources for Yamaha Corporation of America, and a worship leader and consultant with the Free Methodist Church in Southern California. A professional musician all his life, he served two tours of duty with the United States Air Force Band, fronted a group at Disneyland for six years and earned two gold records for audio engineering. He is currently a worship leader with Living Spring Christian Fellowship in Southern California. David Owens / www.davidowensdrums.com David Owens has played for Tommy Walker, Sara Groves, Bebo Norman, Crystal Lewis, Cheri Keaggy, Paul Baloche, Bill Medley, Rebecca St. James, The Righteous Brothers, Thomas Dolby, and Peter White to name a few. He was the house drummer for the Los Angeles production of The Lion King at the Pantages Theater in Hollywood for over 2 years (and 900 shows). He has played on countless jingles and many soundtracks. Currently he plays regularly with The Harvest Worship Band (Greg Laurie’s Ministry), tours and records with Fernando Ortega and plays for all the Billy and Franklin Graham Events worldwide. He also writes the Drumming Dynamics column in Christian Musician Magazine. Steve Padilla / www.lincolnbrewster.com Steve is the keyboardist for Lincoln Brewster. In addition, he has been a worship leader for over 12 years and is now Music Director at Bayside Church. Before becoming a worship leader, Steve was a successful recording engineer working at the legendary Bad Animals in Seattle where artists like Nirvana and R.E.M. recorded.

Rob Rinderer Keyboardist Rob Rinderer has toured and recorded with a wide variety of artists including Billy Preston, Brian Bromberg, Crystal Lewis, Rick Springfield, The Harvest Worship Band and many others. He also fronts his own band The Rob Rinderer Project and co-fronts a project with Matt Bissonette called Ten By Tuesday. Rob is also a producer, arranger, songwriter and music director. In all of these musical situations Rob’s goal is to get to the heart and the soul of the music. Rob and his wife Carrie live in Rancho Santa Margarita, California. When not making music they love to play golf, read and watch classic movies. Peter Robinson – Speaker Product Manager, Yamaha Commercial Audio / www.yamahaca.com Peter has served in several capacities with a local production and installation company in Kansas City. He also has experience in radio and television broadcasting having worked in the Charlotte, North Carolina, Chicago, Illinois and local Kansas City marketplaces. Peter joined Yamaha Commercial Audio in December of 2008. He currently serves as a Speaker Product Manager. His duties include demos, national tour support, speaker design software training and providing support to Yamaha’s network of Rep firms, dealers and consultants. Michael Rossback / www.michaelrossback.com Michael Rossback is a bass player out of New York City. His roots are in Colorado where he got his start playing music for The Desperation Band and The Michael Gungor Band. Shortly thereafter he began producing and became surrounded by the world of music. Currently, Michael is a songwriter/producer and bassist for Paul Baloche. 14

Steve Savanyu / www.audio-technica.com Savanyu joined Audio-Technica in 2000 and is currently the Marketing Manager, Installed Sound, Broadcast, Theater where he employs his extensive Audio-Technica product line knowledge, while exploring current market dynamics and trends to develop strategies for promoting both brand recognition and loyalty. Savanyu brings a thorough understanding of the importance of hands-on education initiatives and consistent communications efforts to his role as Market Manager, Installed Sound, Broadcast & Theater. Rich Severson / www.guitarcollege.com Rich has been playing professionally and teaching for over 30 years. He was an instructor at GIT in Hollywood, CA and Fresno Pacific University where he also directed the jazz band. After authoring guitar books for a major pubisher he developed and published his own guitar course curriculum available on his website GuitarCollege.com. Currently he is the music director at Northside Christian Church in Fresno, CA and plays in variety of other venues from solo guitar to big band orchestras. Rich is committed to raise the level of musicianship in the church traveling throughout the U.S. and Canada instructing at a variety of workshops, clinics and worship conferences. Ben Showalter / www.brentonbrown.com Ben picked up drums from his great uncle, Dick Showalter, who played for the likes of Jimmy Dorsey and Rosemary Clooney, among other big band groups. He studied at Anderson University (1996-1999) under Dane Clark, drummer for John Mellencamp from 1995-present. In 1999, he had his first audition with a group known as the Chasing Furies, whom he went on tour with in support of Jars of Clay. He has since spent the last 10 years in Nashville playing for artists and bands like Luna Halo, LaRue, Shaun Groves, Chris Rice, Ginny Owens, Christine Dente, Sonic Flood, Brenton Brown, Tim Hughes, Matt Maher, Micheal Gungor Band, Sarah MacIntosh, and many others. Steve Smith / www.howrt.com Having spent over 33 years in the heart of the industry, Steve has recorded and mixed numerous gold and platinum albums—including two Grammy award winners. He has designed, constructed, and operated several state-of-the-art recording studios. His experience recording for film, video game scores, and CDs, along with multimedia broadcasts and live events reflects the reputation of a “Who’s Who?” in the recording industry. Most importantly, Steve has spent the past six years serving as Technical Director of Overlake Christian Church, home of the Christian Musician Summit, and has become a “mentor’s mentor” for those in his position across the country. He is a parnter with Dave Dartnall in the House of Worship Resource Team which serves the needs of those involved in the Christian worship and music community. John Standefer / www.praiseguitar.com John Standefer has won the National Fingerstyle Guitar Contest and the International ‘Home of the Legends’ Guitar Contest and has many CDs, books and videos to his credit. When he’s not traveling all over the world concertizing and teaching his acclaimed ‘Praise Guitar Workshop’ in churches, he also writes the guitar column for Christian Musician Magazine. Martin Stillion / www.stillion.com/martin Multi-instrumentalist, Martin Stillion, a 13-year veteran of worship bands, plays at Seattle’s Bethany Presbyterian Church. Martin writes the mandolin column in Worship Musician Magazine. He is also a husband, father, writer, editor, webmaster, composer, recording artist, and instrument dealer. You can also check out his site... www.emando.com Brent Todd / www.p4square.com Brent Todd is a Staff Pastor and Technical Director of Puyallup Foursquare Church. Currently swimming in the seas of the “Multi Campus Church”, he is a hardcore Northwesterner, family man, avid cyclist, and Vespa rider. Heidi Todd / www.p4square.com Heidi is on the Creative Arts staff of Puyallup Foursquare Church, where she’s been for over seven years and was recently made the worship pastor at a new satellite of PFC, “Foursquare Silver Creek”. Her background is primarily in worship ministry (starting at age twelve) while also enjoying work with youth, women, tech arts, and more.

Jimi Williams / blog.worshiptogether.com Jimi Williams has served as a worship leader for students and adults for the last 13 years. He is also a veteran of the Christian music business with 9 years of experience in music publishing. Jimi currently serves as the Director of Worship Resources for EMI CMG Publishing and oversees WorshipTogether.com, the leading online resource for worship leaders around the world. Outside of work and faith, Jimi enjoys down time with his wife Jennifer and his two sons Christian and Elijah. Eric Wylie / www.summit-music.com Eric Wylie, owner of Summit Music, LLC is involved with a wide range of churches in the Puget Sound area. He has been playing bass guitar for over 20 years and currently teaches bass and guitar. Summit Music provides FOH training seminars and for-hire FOH engineering services.

Zoro / www.zorothedrummer.com Zoro is one of the world’s most renowned and respected drummers and Christian motivators. He has toured and recorded with Lenny Kravitz, Bobby Brown, Frankie Valli and the Four Seasons, The New Edition, Jody Watley, Sean Lennon, Philip Bailey, Lisa Marie Presley, and many more. The “Minister of Groove” has been the subject of dozens of print, radio and television stories including pieces in Christian Musician and appearances on Focus on the Family, Daystar, CBN and TBN. Learn more about Zoro’s Christian programs at www.zorothedrummer.com/christianprograms 15

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Join Corey Fournier from Roland during his workshops... “Recording Solutions for Songwriters” Friday at 3:15 in Room 120 “Keyboard Worship Skills for the 21st Century” Saturday at 10:15 in Room 120 “Dynamics Without Plexiglas” Saturday at 11:30 in Room 120

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Instructor Jesse Butterworth Rick Cua Title & Description Is Your Worship E.P.I.C.? 10 ways to better Engage People In Christ during worship sets. When Commitment is There, But Skill is Not Commitment is the glue, skill is the sizzle. We will talk about the joy of people who have both and how to build your team when skilled players are hard to find. Dynamic Duos How to be a great husband and wife ministry team - serving each other and those around us with excellence and in a Godly way. Focuses on striking the right balance in home and public life and how to deal with some of the fine lines in husband/wife leadership as well how our conduct as leaders impacts those we are serving. The Peripheral Worship Leader This seminar is for people who want to raise the standard of how they lead worship, either individually, or as a team. Concepts include: defining worship, finding the balance in leading worship, developing a varied repertoire of songs, and a pictorial journey through the Tabernacle of Moses. For anyone involved with worship – no musical background required. From Volunteer to Paid Staff to Bi-Vocational Regardless of your pay-scale, there are certain universals in worship leading... yet there are also different challenges. Building Project Solutions for Music, Creative Arts and Tech Directors When building a new facility there are many questions that are not answered. In this class we will discuss 10 important technical design elements you must make sure are included in your planning and design a new building to achieve a successful result. Vocal Artistry for Worship Singing worship is about expressing the passion, joy and celebration that is our response to God’s presence in our lives. But many singers experience limitations in their voice’s ability to express all that their heart desires to convey. This session will provide practical tools to developing Vocal Freedom, Strength, Expression and Style that will unlock your voices’ full potential and allow you to more fully express your heart in worship. Electric Guitar This is an interactive workshop with insights and tips on playing electric guitar. Mastering the CAGED System A need to know, useful tool for mastering your instrument. This system helps you understand the 5 positions of the guitar where almost everything can be played. Also covers chord shapes and scale patterns. All levels welcome, bring your guitar. Take the Ho-Hum Out of Hymns Fresh ideas for arranging hymns and choruses. Grooving Together: Drums & Bass This session will be an informative & engaging exploration into the relationship and interaction between the bass and drums in an effective rhythm section. A multitude of concepts and groove considerations will be explained and demonstrated by bassist Norm Stockton and drummer Dave Owens. Getting Along with Guitarists A guitarist and a bass player will join me as I demonstrate by example ways that keyboard players can create parts that complement rather than compete with what guitarists are playing. Emphasis will be placed on developing a broader sonic palette, using pad sounds, string sounds, organ, and electric piano rather than simply using a grand piano sound. Loops: the 5 W’s Learn Who uses loops, What they should sound like, When and Where to utilize your loops, and Why to include loops in the first place! Grooving Together: Drums & Bass see description above Room Lobby Room 1 120 LEADERSHIP / TEAMS / ALL MUSICIANS

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David Harsh

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Title & Description Playing Horns In A Guitar World It IS possible for your worship band to utilize a horn section in a way that not only enhances the worship but also fulfills you as a player and builds the team. Trumpeter Tony Guerrero will offer tips, tools and encouragement for horn players who want to make a solid contribution to the worship platform. Thoughts on Songwriting Join this amazing panel of writers with decades of experience between them, as they share thoughts about songwriting: tools, inspiration, co-writing and more...

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SONGS Paul Baloche, Brenton Brown & Don Poythress AUDIO Dan Craik & Jacob Cody Digital Mixing 101 - Hands-On (repeated) Hands-on overview of the features and operation of the digital console using the Yamaha M7 as the example. Yamaha will supply several M7s and students will have the opportunity to mix tracks at the conclusion of the session. In-Ear Monitors for Worship We’ll discuss the use of IEMs in worship, and various mixing techniques for creating the type of mix that is really useful and effective for those relying on them. Mixing and Recording Your Worship Service We’ll take you through the basics of using a digital mixer to mix your service while simultaneously multitrack recording. Next, you’ll learn how to mix the individual tracks to create a finished stereo master for your church’s next CD or podcast! A Sound Assessment (repeated) Basic steps to analyze the state of your sound system Creative Answers for Mobile Sound Systems--Large & Small (repeated) Mobile sound systems can end up in less-than-perfect acoustic environments, like gymnasiums and multi-purpose rooms, which make it very difficult to produce excellent sound. We will be discussing ways to get the best sound no matter what kind of room it is in. If you have sound problems, whether your system is mobile or not, large or small, this class is for you. Digital Mixing - The System Approach This session will begin with an overview of the RSS by Roland V-Mixing System – a live audio production solution built on four components: Live Mixing Consoles, Digital Snakes, Personal Mixing System and Live Multi-channel Recording. Learn how the V-Mixing System can improve your sound quality, streamline rehearsals and take your production to the next level – all within a surprisingly affordable price point. Wireless Spectrum Changes If wireless microphones, in ear systems or intercom is part of your worship service, then this class is a must attend. We will cover up to date information on the FCC Reallocation of wireless spectrum and how it may effect your wireless products in the future. ProPresenter Join Greg as he shares the finer points of this versatile presentation software. Lobby Room 2 Chapel

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1:00 PM
Room 120

Worship With an Attitude The purpose of New Testament worship is to cultivate and stimulate relationship and intimacy with Jesus. The goal is relationship, intimacy and heartfelt connection with Jesus. The Language of Music – 5 Master Classes in 1 hour! 1. Totally Practical Music Theory 2. Complete Ear Training 3. Chord Building, Harmony, and Substitution 4. Making Music Together with the Band 5. Turning Music into Worship Leading Musicians With over 25 years experience leading musicians in both the secular and church worlds, from concerts to the studio to sanctuary, Tony Guerrero offers some practical tips on understanding, leading and affecting musicians. Music Technology for Modern Worship Need to create a loop for a worship song? Looking for technology that will allow you to lead flowing interactive worship with limited musicians or by yourself? We will utilize both hardware and software solutions to accomplish all of the above and more. The Best Way to Motivate Your Choir - Musically and Spiritually Learn how “singing” as a group (choir) brings power, hope, beauty and celebration. What does the Bible say about the importance of singing together? What are we missing by not having a choir in our worship services? Does the Bible really teach that we are to have choirs in worship? Learn how the choir “drives,” directs, influences the congregation’s worship”. Take your Worship Team to the Next Level (vocal track) Fine tune your worship team vocals. Learn how to take your vocals to the next level by sharpening listening skills and intonation. In addition we’ll cover mic technique for group singing, getting the best harmony & blend for your group, improvisational techniques, arranging your team, finding the best keys, how to work productively with your tech team, how to gracefully submit to leadership and much more! Electric Guitar in Worship Ben, Paul Baloche’s guitarist, will cover several topics for electric guitar players who perfrom on worship teams. We will cover chords, scales, part ideas, playing in a band, among other things. ChopBuilder Learn how to unlock the fretboard and slice and dice the minor pentatonic and the modes into chops, chops and more chops! Beginning Worship Guitar 101 How to get started leading worship with acoustic guitar, even if you’ve never played before. Bass Guitar in Worship Learn from Paul Baloche’s bass player some great techniques to add to your toolbox for bass playing in a worship setting. Keyboard Transitions: Playing Modern Keys in a Guitar World Modern worship music has changed the method of playing, expressing, and mastering the keyboard. This class is for those who are looking to transition from traditional piano based worship to modern expressive keyboarding. Taught by Steve Padilla keyboardist for Integrity artist Lincoln Brewster. Worship Drummer’s Master Class Technical and spiritual aspects of being a servant/leader on the drums; includes set-up, tuning, groove and fill development, laying with loops, flowing with any leader, flowing with the Spirit, ministering to the people, and more!

Tom Brooks

Chapel

Tony Guerrero

133

Mike Overlin

117

Stan Endicott

132

VOCALS / TEAMS Sheri Gould Room 3

GUITAR Ben Gowell Lobby Room 1

Doug Doppler Sandy Hoffman BASS Michael Rossback KEYS Steve Padilla

Room 1 118

3rd Floor Lobby Student Room

DRUMS Carl Albrecht Choir Room

WINDS/BRASS/STRINGS Cherlyn Johnson String Players: Finding Your Voice in the Worship Band A must for string players beginning to play with a plugged in worship band, we’ll explore new styles and equipment options, discover new approaches for playing as a team member, experience playing as an expression of prayer, and work on basic improvisation skills, for the ultimate purpose of glorifying God through your instrument. Please bring your instrument and be ready to worship! 103

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Instructor SONGS Matt Redman

Title & Description The Everyday and the Eternal Writing songs that connect the everlasting truths of God with the everyday details of people’s lives. 10 Critical Issues Indie Artists Must Learn NOW These are crucial in order to survive and thrive! RF (Wireless) Applications We’ll discuss topics such as antenna selection and placement, antenna distribution, frequency range selection, frequency coordination, and various troubleshooting techniques. Satellite Campuses: What, How, and Why We’ll discuss different options... DVD, Internet, Satellite - pros and cons... Microphone Basics In this session,we will learn the differences between the different types of microphones: dynamics, condensers and ribbons and what their strengths and weaknesses are; how microphones hear: polar patterns; why an understanding of frequency response is critical and why you need to know what range of frequencies vocalists and instruments cover. Recording Your Church’s Next Worship CD From M-Box and LE, to HD and Beyond! Live Video Directing and System Design We will discuss live video direction techniques/planning and how it design and video system covering what gear works for IMAG and what does not. EasyWorship 2009 - Mastering Media, Enhancing Worship More powerful and more creative than ever, EasyWorship produces it’s largest feature release to date! Learn how to enhance your worship with new features including Display Foldback, VJ Mode, Audio and Web Integration. Lighting more details to come...

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INDIE ARTISTS Keith Mohr AUDIO Kyle Kovalik Nursery Lobby 128

Brent Todd Doug Gould & Steve Savanyu

136 124

Steve Smith VISUAL MEDIA Marc Breda & Kyna Moore Paul Constable

138

Lobby Room 2 116

Richard Gibson

100

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FRIDAY, NOVEMBER 13, 2009 - SESSION 3
Instructor Paul Baloche Title & Description LEADERSHIP / TEAMS / ALL MUSICIANS

3:15 PM
Room Room 3

Creating a Journey of Worship In this workshop, Paul will help to: *identify and eliminate distractions *utilize flow factors of “themes, keys, and tempos” *develop a seamless set list *change keys and transition smoothly *cultivate a heart of worship in your team Worshipping in Brokenness How do we keep singing God’s praises when life is the pits? And as a worship leader, what happens when we no longer feel like “singing of His love forever”? If we are honest with ourselves, everyone has days when we don’t feel like worshipping, especially when God is taking through a season of brokenness. As we look at scripture together, come see how brokenness is actually at the very center of authentic worship. New Song Café Come prepared to learn and sing new songs, as you join Jimi Williams from WorshipTogether.com along with Matt Redman and Brenton Brown. They’ll be sharing new songs by these great worship songwriters. Thriving Worship Ministry in the Small to Mid-Sized Mobile Church Discover easy ways to build your teams, recruit key leaders, and develop your musicians. Learn how to transform an empty space into a celebration center full of great sound, exciting atmosphere, and thriving worship. Copyright Law and Church Music: Making Sense of It All What are the common church music copying activities that may be impacted by the U.S. Copyright Laws? Paul will guide you through a common sense approach to keeping your church music department legally compliant. Feel free to come with questions. Expanding Your Ministry Through the Army National Guard This workshop is for persons who want to know more about what serving on a chaplain team is all about, and how it may further bless them, their families, communities, church and soldiers under their care. A special focus on the support role of soldiers in worship ministry. Slap Back Attack: Answers to “Controlling Room Acoustics” (repeated) One of the challenges to a great worship service is the volume level. In this class we will talk about the room and how improving the acoustics of the room can improve the overall volume worship experience. Fingerstyle Guitar Master Class Come watch fingerstyle guitarist Doyle Dykes as he shares songs, stories and techniques that will inspire you. Tricks and Tones Learn how to get incredible tone using these tricks and techniques. Cut Capo 101 - the Beginning How the cut capo works; Teaching children/students using the cut capo; basic rhythms and playing techniques. Mandolin & Fiddle Master Class Guitar & Bass Setup Learn the basics of a guitar setup and getting the most out of your ax! We will look at the components and how they contribute to a great playing instrument. Class time will be split between theory and hands on examples. Instruments are most welcome in this class! Mastering the Role of Bass in Worship Come learn shortcuts to becoming very effective in your worship band including writing quick number charts, mastering tone, warm ups, how to use your amp and overcoming venue blues. Guitar & Bass Set-up: Hands On - see description above Take Your Piano Playing to the Next Level This workshop focuses on how to add color and dimension to your piano playing through the use of ornamentation, voicing, and improvisational techniques. We start with basic chord progressions and then build upon them to layer by layer to create more expressive and interesting motifs and rhythms. The Four T’s of Great Groove Drumming and Excellent Musicianship Through a solid set of precepts, Zoro teaches on 4 foundational principles that will give drummers revelation and help transform their approach to music and get the gigs!

Laura Story

Chapel

Matt Redman, Brenton Brown & Jimi Williams Steve Padilla

Big Room

118

Paul Herman

128

Colonel Lou McSheffrey

104

Greg Hearns

138

GUITAR Doyle Dykes Scotty Murray Mitch Bohannon Andy Leftwich Eric Wylie Room 1 Lobby Room 1 132

133 103

BASS Daniel Ornellas Eric Wylie KEYS Kelly Carpenter Student Room 3rd Floor Lobby 103

DRUMS Zoro Choir Room

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Instructor Andy Leftwich SONGS Jeremy Riddle

Title & Description Mandolin & Fiddle Master Class Worship Songwriting

Room 133 Nursery Lobby 120

WINDS/BRASS/STRINGS

Corey Fournier

Recording Solutions for Songwriters With all the recording options available for songwriters, what are the best ones for you? Whether you’re an instrumentalist, singer, worship leader, or all the above, we’ll show you simple, affordable tools and proven techniques to quickly capture song ideas and take your writing to the next level. Taking it to the Streets For over 30 years, Tim Moon has been a full time “street musicianary.” Sharing the Gospel along with his music on the street corners all over the Bay Area of California. Learn the do’s and don’ts of effective street ministry and evangelism. Critically Listening This workshop is critical for audio technicians. How to listen ‘inside’ the mix... what to listen for, how to listen for it, and what to do about it. Team, Team, Team! The ins and outs of Technical Ministries. Digital Mixing 101 - Hands-On Hands-on overview of the features and operation of the digital console using the Yamaha M7 as the example. Yamaha will supply several M7s and students will have the opportunity to mix tracks at the conclusion of the session. Want to be a Better Camera Operator? Secrets about directors they didn’t tell you about in Sunday School. Tips from the director’s chair for live, multi-camera events. Photography in Worship ...the art of iconic imaging Imagery has become as much a part of the worship experience in the modern church as music and corporate singing. The right photograph or video clip will often provide the perfect bridge between a concept or a mood and your congregation. We will explore the tools of iconic imagery, starting with the camera and ending with powerful digital image development using tools like Photoshop and Lightroom.

INDIE ARTISTS Tim Moon 100

AUDIO John Brent Todd Dan Craik & Jacob Cody 124 136 Lobby Room 2

VISUAL MEDIA Craig Kelly Mike Overlin 116 117

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SAT, NOVEMBER 14, 2009 - SESSION 4
Instructor
Lincoln Brewster

10:15 AM
Room
Big Room

Title & Description
Thriving Worship Ministry Relationships In this workshop, we will extract the FUN from dysFUNction through some Q&A and give you some powerful tools to help re-ignite your relationships. Life’s too short to miss God’s best! The Balancing Act How to effectively and successfully juggle the demands of home life, work and ministry. Addressing some of the competing demands for our attention, time and energy and helping people make choices that allow us to serve God in a healthy, holisitic and sustainable way. LEAD It Like Ya Mean It! Understanding and accepting the authority of a worship leader. The 4 Most Important Things... ...for those who Sing, Lead Worship, Minister/Perform onstage. Come see if this is true. Worship Trends and CCLI Resources Using CCLI research and lists of top songs, Paul will discuss various trends in worship music over the past few years, and also talk about the current and upcoming resources from CCLI, designed to help you do your job better, easier and more efficiently. Art and Faith Ask any worship leader, “what is your theology of worship?” and you can probably discuss it for hours. But ask him or her, “What is your theology of the arts?” and you might get a blank stare. Manuel Luz practically discusses the crucial necessity of understanding the convergence of art and faith, the nature of creativity, and the relationship between the artist (musician, painter, dancer, actor, etc.) and God. Vocal Technique We’ll discuss basic vocal technique and care for the voice. Learn about the importance of proper training, breath support, tone quality, vibrato, how to strengthen your voice and increase your range as well as develop your own personal style. We’ll also discuss proper microphone technique and effective warm ups. Practical Rehearsal Skills Improve your guitar playing chops by applying these skills and techniques to your rehearsal times. 5 Steps to Better Guitar Playing 1. Guitar (and amp) Setup and Maintenance 2. Rhythm and Timing (You Strum To Much) 3. The Three Most Important Things about Chord Playing – a. Switching b. Switching, and c. Switching (and the secret 4th most important thing) 4Expanding Chord Vocabulary and Voice Leading (what is that anyway?) 5. Making Sense of Lead Sheets and Scores Fun With Fingers We’ll tackle left hand techniques for the mandolin. Bassists and the Art of Groove A crash course for bass players interested in developing their groove abilities! Topics covered will include fingerboard familiarity, technique, muting, phrasing, essential ear-training, avoiding groovicidal tendencies, effective bass/drum interaction, and more from Norm’s Grooving for Heaven instructional DVDs. Eliminating Dead Air We’ll spend some time demonstrating various techniques that can be used to connect songs together smoothly. Also, creative ways to allow for instrumental solos within songs will be demonstrated. Worship Keyboard Skills for the 21st Century In this interactive, hands-on class, you’ll learn how to unlock your creative potential as a keyboardist and unleash your inner orchestrator. Winds in Worship - Basics of Improvisation For all instrumentalists. We will cover the basics of improvisation and explore how the worship soloist can add to your church’s worship experience. What to play, when to play and when not to play.

LEADERSHIP / TEAMS / ALL MUSICIANS

Melissa Doppler

117

Jesse Butterworth Tom Jackson

118 Room 1

Paul Herman

128

Manuel Luz

100

VOCALS Sheri Gould Room 3

GUITAR / MANDOLIN Scott Murray Lobby Room 1 Nursery Lobby

Mark Hamre

Martin Stillion BASS Norm Stockton

133

3rd Floor Lobby

KEYS Ed Kerr Student Room

Corey Fournier

120

WINDS / STRINGS Mike Overlin 132

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DRUMS Ben Showalter

Title & Description
Helpful Observations and Useful Tips for Drummers in Worship and Elsewhere In this session, we’ll talke about: Reading Music/Learning by Ear, Preparation, Time/ Clicks/Loops, Dynamics and Dynamic Control, Musicality, Following a Worship Leader/Cues/Line of Sight, Problem Solving and more. How to Mic the Drum Kit see description in the ‘Audio’ track section below

Room
Choir Room

Doug Gould, Mike Johns & John Mills SONGS Brian Doerksen

124

Anchoring the Art of Songwriting in Truth How are songs of timeless truth written? How do we pursue art, creativity and write new songs without losing the ancient foundations of truth and certainty. Brian will share what makes writing for worship unique and take you behind the scenes as he was writing songs like Hope of the nations and Come now is the time to worship. Good to Great How to overcome mediocrity and shine as an indie artist! How to Mic the Drum Kit This session will shed light and rip the veil (or break the plexiglas shield) to uncover great drum sounds for live sound and recordings. We will have a world-class drummer on hand to assist us in the presentation of these tried and true techniques. Advanced Microphone Applications for Worship If you know microphone basics, but sometimes still find yourself struggling with mic selection or proper technique for certain applications, this session will interest you. Live multi-media support will enhance the concepts discussed. Building a Technical Arts Team We will discuss why we technical arts in the church why we need volunteers and how to organize and plan for a team. Personal Mixing – Improving the Experience for both Musician and Tech Experience how you can always achieve the right monitor and save time in sound check. The RSS Personal Mixing System gives each onstage performer control of their own monitor mix via the M-48 Personal Mixer. While the performer has access to the mix onstage, the FOH or monitor engineer can still retain full control if needed. Try it firsthand and see for yourself why the M-48 with up to 40 sources, built-in Reverb, EQ, Limiter, and Ambient Mic stands out as the best personal mixing system available today. Wireless Mics for Worship Proper Selection and Operation of Wireless Microphones can make or break your worship message. In this class, we will cover how to select and operate multiple wireless microphone products to have the most reliable transmission available. Topics include basic frequency selection, antenna placement and trouble shooting techniques. Building a Technical Arts Team see above for description Extreme Video Makeover When upgrading the video systems in your church, what are the key factors to consider? We will be talking about many components that will allow that ministry to grow and creatively communicate. I will be going over what CCI SOLUTIONS did for other churches.

Chapel

INDIE Keith Mohr AUDIO Doug Gould, Mike Johns & John Mills Kent Margraves 124 136

Lobby Room 2

Marc Breda

116

Mike Kent

103

Dave Mendez

104

VISUAL MEDIA Marc Breda Rick Boring 116 138

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SAT, NOVEMBER 14, 2009 - SESSION 5
Instructor Title & Description

11:30 AM
Room Big Room

LEADERSHIP / TEAMS / ALL MUSICIANS Tom Brooks Guerilla Ear Training - Practical Skills for Musicians in the Trenches Without a doubt THE MOST IMPORTANT musical skill you will ever learn! This workshop looks at ‘Ear Training’ from a completely different perspective than ever before – practical / relevant / simple / wacky, but easy to remember all at the same time ...you’ll be using these skills and clever techniques this weekend in your services and every time you make music for the rest of your life! Laura Story Women in Worship Ministry Whether you are a female worship leader or a pastor that seeks to incorporate more women in your worship ministry, this seminar will look at what God’s word says women serving in this role. We will identify both the strengths that make women essential to our corporate worship settings, the weaknesses that we must be wary of, as well as hear some creative ways women serve in worship ministry in churches all over the world. Building Teams - One Member at a Time Building teams should be based on the individuals and relationships with one another. Learn some insights on how to do this. An Actual Rehearsal - Learn How Have the Best Possible Rehearsals Learn how to have rehearsals that are fun, energy-filled, spirit-filled and how to help your singers be totally prepared for ministry. Discovering Vocal Freedom Every singer should know the confidence that comes from vocal strength and control, in order to experience the thrill of connecting their heart to their songs and discovering the freedom of true vocal expression. This session will help you to identify the areas of vocal tension that are limiting your vocal range and flexibility, introduce a proven technique for breathing that will increase the strength in your voice and will provide practical exercises that will help you to move beyond the barriers holding back your vocal potential. Microphones and Monitors for Vocalists Instrumentalists invest much time, effort and money into the research and acquistion of their instruments. Vocalists, on the other hand, will use any microphone that’s handed to them. Why? Learn what to look for when auditioning microphones and what the obvious and subtle differences are. We’ll demonstrate lead and background vocal microphone tips and tricks to enhance the vocal sound in your mix. We’ll also discuss monitoring for the vocal team as well. Song Mechanics Intros & Endings, Transitions & Segues, Key Changes & Transposing. Mastering Effects Insightful tips on how to set, combine and control effects. Also covers key strategies on how to use effects to shape your sound. Essential Worship Guitar 201 - “What you need to strum and lead” Your next step in leading worship with the acoustic guitar. Guitar & Bass Setup Learn the basics of a guitar setup and getting the most out of your ax! We will look at the components and how they contribute to a great playing instrument. Class time will be split between theory and hands on examples. Instruments are most welcome in this class! Building a Solid Foundation with Bass & Drums Learn from Daniel & Ben, Brenton Brown’s rhythm section, how they work together to provide the necessary foundation for the band. Using Keyboards Effectively in a Worship Band Playing with a worship team presents challenges different than when playing solo piano. It is important to know what to play and what not to play, depending on the makeup of the band. Types of sounds beyond basic piano are covered, including B3 (organ), electric pianos, strings and pads, and other elements, as well as when and how to play them in different contexts. Arranger Workstations in Worship These keyboards provide everything you need to produce comprehensive demos, complex musical arrangements and flowing live worship. Equally at home as a solo instrument or as part of a complete band, you won’t want to miss this workshop.

Chapel

Heidi Todd

117

Stan Endicott VOCALS Tim Carson

3rd Floor Lobby

Room 3

Sheri Gould & Doug Gould

124

GUITAR John Standefer Doug Doppler Sandy Hoffman Eric Wylie

Room 1 Lobby Room 1 118 128

BASS & DRUMS Daniel Ornellas & Ben Showalter KEYS Kelly Carpenter Choir Room

Student Room

Mike Overlin

132

30

Instructor

Title & Description

Room Choir Room 120

DRUMS / AUDIO Daniel Building a Solid Foundation with Bass & Drums Ornellas & see description above Ben Showalter Corey Fournier & Guest Dynamics Without Plexiglas Electronic percussion can be a friend to both sound techs AND drummers, but finding the balance between volume control and expressiveness can be illusive. Find out how drummers and sound techs can work together to achieve the ultimate “Silent Stage.”

WINDS / STRINGS Cherlyn Strings: Technique Tune-up for Violinists & Violists Johnson Feeling like your technique could use a “tune-up”? Cherlyn will cover common challenge areas, from getting a bigger, better tone, to improving your shifting, expression, vibrato, and bow technique. Using a combination of group time and a Masterclass format, this hands-on workshop will give you a chance to have your needs addressed and help equip you to be an even better player. Please bring your instrument and a favorite song or piece. SONGS Don Poythress Songwriting... Taking it to the Next Level This class will discuss how some professional writers approach the craft and discipline of songwriting and will hopefully challenge beginner and intermediate writers to go to the next level. Topics will include subjects such as: 1. Do I wait for inspiration to start writing? 2. how much time should I spend writing? 3. How do you stay inspired? 4. Things pro writers have learned, but have to keep reminding themselves of. Masterwriter Software Come learn about one of the greatest and most innovative tools for songwriters.

132

Nursery Lobby

Barry DeVorzon

103

INDIE ARTISTS Carl Cartee Building Your Own Music Business Learn from Carl, a seasoned Indie Artist, how to establish your independent music business. AUDIO Steve Smith Dan Craik & Jacob Cody Recording Your Church’s Next Worship CD From M-Box and LE, to HD and Beyond! Digital Mixing 101 - Hands-On Hands-on overview of the features and operation of the digital console using the Yamaha M7 as the example. Yamaha will supply several M7s and students will have the opportunity to mix tracks at the conclusion of the session.

136

138 Lobby Room 2

VISUAL MEDIA Craig Kelly Want to Be a Better Video Director? Secrets about the camera crew they didn’t tell you about in Sunday School. Tips from the director’s chair for live, multi-camera events. Richard Gibson Lighting more details to come...

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SAT, NOVEMBER 14, 2009 - SESSION 6
Instructor Brenton Brown & Band Tom Jackson Title & Description Arranging Songs for Worship with Band Join Brenton and his band as they explore musical options for corporate worship. LEADERSHIP / TEAMS / ALL MUSICIANS

2:45 PM
Room Big Room Chapel

Hands On Performance Coaching... Ridiculously important concepts demonstrated for those who sing, perform or lead worship. Join Tom as he works with a local band in a Live Demo! Your Team in Unity Tips for aligning your worship and sound teams with God’s vision for your Church. This workshop will help give worship and sound teams practical advice on how to work in harmony to realize God’s vision for His house. Despite great intentions, there is often a disconnect between the vision that God lays on the senior pastor’s heart, and what ends up happening on a Sunday morning. We will give role specific advice on addressing the individual challenges of the pastor, worship leader, and music director/musician. Raising Up the Next Generation of Worship Leaders What is our Biblical responsibility to train young worship leaders and how do we do it? •Selecting the “David” from your student group •Leading by example •Practicing the “I must decrease and he/she must increase” rule •Leading is not parenting •Viewing things through the long lens •Passing the torch Slap Back Attack: Answers to “Controlling Room Acoustics” One of the challenges to a great worship service is the volume level. In this class we will talk about the room and how improving the acoustics of the room can improve the overall volume worship experience. Art and the Church More and more churches are using the arts (music, drama, visual arts, film, etc.) in cutting-edge ways. But are your churches grounded in a biblical understanding of the arts? In this workshop, Manuel Luz gives a fresh and practical perspective on how the church can disciple and unleash the artists in your church, to express themselves more fully in and outside your church walls. Increasing Your Vocal Range Do you feel like your upper range has hit a “ceiling”? Are there parts of your range that frustrate you because you just can’t get your voice to do what you want it to? And what do you do with the break? This session presents a revolutionary technique that will transform the way you sing. The Strumming Fool: A Guitarist’s Guide to Creating Strumming Patterns In this seminar designed for auditory and visual learners, students will learn multiple useful strumming patterns that can be used immediately. These patterns, captured in rhythmic notation with a special “voiced” and “silent” strum arrow system, are ideal for multiple settings. The class includes a section on developing a system for creating your own exciting patterns and textures, featuring selective palm muting, partial strumming, hybrid picking, and more. Applied Music Theory for Guitar Real music is sound not symbols however understanding the chemistry of music gives you tools to be more creative and able to communicate your ideas easier and with greater clarity. Learn how music theory and harmony relates to the guitar and how understanding scales, chords, progressions and their relationships will make you a more valuable player. All levels, bring your guitar. Cut Capo 201 - the Second Level Advanced techniques; Fingerstyle; Choosing Songs; Adding Cut Capo to the Band From Bass Pyrotechnics to Art This session will delve into some of the more advanced techniques employed in the contemporary electric bassist’s vocabulary, including slapping, tapping, chording, artificial harmonics, and more. We’ll discuss the basic mechanics, practice methods to develop the necessary dexterity...as well as (and most IMPORTANTLY!) explore ways in which these techniques can be incorporated in a musically appropriate and artistic manner. Keyboard Master Class You’ll be playing Praise & Worship songs like a Studio Pro when you leave! Focuses on everything from designing / improvising parts and finger technique to reading charts and picking sounds; using all the songs that are happening today.

Doug & Melissa Dopper

Room 1

Jimi Williams

117

Greg Hearns

138

Manuel Luz

128

VOCALS Tim Carson Room 3

GUITAR David Harsh Lobby Room 1

Rich Severson

Nursery Lobby

Mitch Bohannon BASS Norm Stockton

132

3rd Floor Lobby

KEYS Tom Brooks Student Room

32

Instructor Cherlyn Johnson

Title & Description Strings: Using improvisation to Create Solos for Worship Mapping songs, technique, and a heart of worship – bring your violin, viola or cello as we explore hands-on how to create a unique and beautiful musical offering20for worship. Expanding Your Vocabulary & Phrasing on the Drum Set Zoro gives you revelation and conceptual ideas on how to develop more with less by going deeper.

Room 133

WINDS/STRINGS

DRUMS Zoro Choir Room

SONGS Don Poythress Crossing Genre Lines This class will discuss the question of whether it’s o.k. or not for christian songwriters to write outside the christian marketplace and talk about how to approach different styles of music as a songwriter. 120

INDIE ARTISTS Keith Mohr Tim Moon Break In or Break Out? Industry or Indie? Taking it to the Streets For over 30 years, Tim Moon has been a full time “street musicianary.” Sharing the Gospel along with his music on the street corners all over the Bay Area of California. Learn the do’s and don’ts of effective street ministry and evangelism. The Art of Mixing Tips, tricks, and techniques used get your mix out of the basement. Many people just get things balanced and let the band do the rest. This class will take the audience experience to the next level. The sound board is an instrument... PLAY IT! Computer Recording for Worship In this class you will learn the basics of using a computer based solution to compose and record your songs. We’ll explain the basics of the hardware and software showing you from start to finish how easy and powerful computer recording is. Fundamentals of Wireless Unlock the mysteries of that cordless technology, choose the right system, dealing with dropouts, VHF/UHF, How to set up the system, what is multipath interference, etc. Creative Answers for Mobile Sound Systems--Large & Small (repeated) Mobile sound systems can end up in less-than-perfect acoustic environments, like gymnasiums and multi-purpose rooms, which make it very difficult to produce excellent sound. We will be discussing ways to get the best sound no matter what kind of room it is in. If you have sound problems, whether your system is mobile or not, large or small, this class is for you. A Sound Assessment Basic steps to analyze the state of your sound system EasyWorship 2009 - Mastering Media, Enhancing Worship More powerful and more creative than ever, EasyWorship produces it’s largest feature release to date! Learn how to enhance your worship with new features including Display Foldback, VJ Mode, Audio and Web Integration. 136 103

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Doug Gould & Rick Naqvi

118

Steve Savanyu

124

Dave Dartnall

100

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a new worship CD by director, Matt Kees worshipping Jesus at 90bpm (or so)

plus a Kids Worship CD produced by Matt Kees & Marc Wymore Hot Air Balloon

www.cmsconferenceinabox.com

Discover Your Unique Role as a Christian Artist

Why are we artists? How does

God experience art? What is the artist’s calling in the church and the world? Drawn from his own experiences performing Mozart, playing “dive bars,” and leading worship and arts in the church, author Manuel Luz explores the questions that Christian artists often ask. Learn more at www.ImagineThatLuz.com.

Join author Manuel Luz during his workshops... “Art and Faith” Saturday at 10:15 AM in Room 100 “Art and the Church” Saturday at 2:45 PM in Room 128

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GYM LOCATION BREAKFAST Jumbo Muffin Bagel with Cream Cheese Yogurt Fresh Fruit Krispy Kreme Doughnut Krispy Kreme Filled $2.00 $1.50 $1.00 $1.00 $1.00 $1.50 BEVERAGES Bottled Water Assorted Soda Nantucket Nectars Snapple Silver Cup Coffee (16 oz)

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LUNCH & DINNER SALADS & SUSHI All Beef 1⁄4 lb. Hot Dog $3.75 Chicken Caesar Salad 1⁄4 lb. Hot Dog Combo Meal California Roll $5.50 Spicy Tuna Roll Chili Cheese Dog $4.25 Shrimp Tempura Roll Chili Cheese Combo Meal $6.25 Chicken Caesar Salad $7.00 Sub Sandwich $4.75 (Turkey & Provolone or Ham & Swiss) Sub Sandwich Combo Meal $7.25 (Combo’s include chips, cookie and pop or bottled water) Nachos with Cheese $4.00 Nachos Deluxe $5.50 (Deluxe includes sour cream, guacamole & salsa). Chips $1.00 Candy $1.00 SOUP CART LOCATION SOUPS 12 oz. Cup $4.50 16 oz. Bowl $5.50 Sourdough Bread Bowl $7.50 SALADS & SUSHI Chicken Ceasar Salad California Roll Spicy Tuna Roll Shrimp Tempura Roll $7.00 $7.50 $8.00 $9.00

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PIZZA LOCATION PIZZAS DEEP DISH 9” CHICAGO STYLE PIZZAS CLASSIC CHEESE OR PEPPERONI $8.50 PEPPERONI, SAUSAGE & MUSHROOM $9.00 SUPREME OR BBQ CHICKEN $9.50 BEVERAGES Bottled Water Assorted Soda Nantucket Nectars Snapple SALADS & SUSHI Chicken Caesar Salad California Roll Spicy Tuna Roll Shrimp Tempura Roll $1.00 $1.00 $2.50 $2.00 $7.00 $7.50 $8.00 $9.00

ROOM 2 LOCATION SUBS & SALADS Sub Sandwich Combo Meal $7.25 (Turkey & Provolone or Ham & Swiss) (Combo’s includes chips, cookie and your choice of pop or bottled water) Chicken Ceasar Salad $7.00 Chips $1.00 Candy $1.00 BEVERAGES Bottled Water Assorted Soda Nantucket Nectars Snapple Silver Cup Coffee (16 oz) $1.00 $1.00 $2.50 $2.00 $2.00

BEVERAGES Bottled Water $1.00 Assorted Soda $1.00 Snapple $2.00 Nantucket Nectars $2.50 Candy $1.00