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September 16-18, 2010
A Conference for MATT REDMAN Musicians, Leaders, Indie Artists, PAUL BALOCHE Songwriters and Technicians to LINCOLN BREWSTER Improve Skill and Inspire Talent! PHIL KEAGGY CHRISTY NOCKELS NATHAN NOCKELS NORM STOCKTON GROUP GREGG BISSONETTE KEN MANSFIELD PASTOR RAY JOHNSTON tci
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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.
THRIVING MUSICIAN SUMMIT SCHEDULE
THURSDAY, SEPT 16 7:00 Concert: Matt Redman with Christy & Nathan Nockels FRIDAY, SEPT 17 8:00am Doors Open / Registration / Exhibits open all day 9:00 Opening Worship: Christy & Nathan Nockels 9:25 Keynote Message: Pastor Ray Johnston 10:15 Session 1 11:30 12:30pm 1:45 2:30
PROGRAM TABLE of CONTENTS
Welcome & Schedule ____________4 Sponsors & Exhibitors _____________6 Artists & Presenters ____________ 8-13 Session 1 Workshops (Fri.) ____16-17 Session 2 Workshops (Fri.) ____17-18 Session 3 Workshops (Fri.) ____18-19 Session 4 Workshops (Fri.) ____19-20 Session 5 Workshops (Sat.) ____24-25 Session 6 Workshops (Sat.) ____25-26 Session 7 Workshops (Sat.) ____26-27 Campus Map _________________ 28 Area Food Map ______________ 29
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 arrangements. 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 nor Bayside 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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Session 2 Lunch (on your own) / Exhibits Afternoon Worship: Paul Baloche Keynote: “The Beatles The Bible and Beyond”: Ken Mansﬁeld:
Session 3 Session 4 Dinner (on your own) / Exhibits Doors open for Concert Concert: Lincoln Brewster with Phil Keaggy opening Late Night Groove Lounge The Norm Stockton Group
SATURDAY, SEPT 18 8:00am Doors Open / Registration / Exhibits 9:00 Opening Worship: Bayside Worship 9:25 Keynote Message: Pastor Ray Johnston 10:15 Session 5 11:30 Session 6 12:30pm Lunch (on your own) / Exhibits 1:30 Session 7 2:45 Closing Concert: Paul Baloche 4:15 Bayside Worship Service
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ARTISTS & PRESENTERS
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. 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. 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. Phil Keaggy / www.philkeaggy.com Phil Keaggy is perhaps one of the most admired guitarists in music today. His fans range from those who aspire just to be able to play Keaggy’s mistakes, to professional musicians who have been strongly inﬂuenced by his style. And in between are those who don’t play guitar, yet ﬁnd solace in his beautifully penned lyrics and memorable melodies. Phil’s solo career has spanned more than 30 years, and has included over 50 solo albums, both vocal and instrumental, as well as 8 releases with his band, Glass Harp. One of the most sought after studio guitarists, Phil also continues to sell out concerts all over the United States, with his ever-changing style, ranging from rock-and-roll to fully orchestrated instrumental compositions. Christy and Nathan Nockels / www.christynockels.com Together as Watermark, Christy and Nathan recorded ﬁve albums with Rocketown Records. They composed a journey full of songs, 7 of which were #1 radio singles. They have been nominated for numerous Dove Awards, including Christy’s nominations for Female Vocalist of the Year, and their album A Grateful People was up for both Inspirational Album of the Year and Praise & Worship Album of the Year. After 5 albums, Christy and Nathan felt led to end their Watermark season to focus on other areas of ministry. This gave Christy more time at home with their children, and more availability to focus on leading worship and even teaching some for various women’s events. Christy and Nathan have continued to serve at Passion Conferences and in 2008, they moved to Atlanta, GA to be a founding family of Passion City Church. Christy will be releasing her ﬁrst solo worship project with sixstepsrecords, produced by Nathan, in June of 2009. Christy’s heart through leading worship and song writing is to help people communicate intimately with the living God, and to leave a legacy of proclaiming Jesus’ fame to this generation. Christy’s most treasured legacy is her three children, Noah (8), Elliana (6) and Annie Rose (18 months).
Ken Mansﬁeld / www.aubaycom.com Ken Mansﬁeld has experienced a life that most people have only read about. He was in the heart and heat of the music industry when it was young and vibrant---back when creativity and passion made the music. Beginning with being the leader of the successful southern California folk group “The Town Criers” he graduated to becoming a top music industry executive and producer in Hollywood and Nashville. As a Capitol Records executive he had the great fortune of being part of the classic era of pop and jazz working with artists such as Stan Kenton, Peggy Lee, George Shearing, The Four Freshmen, Nancy Wilson, Judy Garland, Lou Rawls, Glen Campbell, Bobbie Gentry, and Al Martino as well as the early careers of legendary country artists Buck Owens, Merle Haggard and Sonny James. But then the tempo really picked up and the pace quickened when he began working with bands like The Beach Boys, The Beatles and The Band. Pastor Ray Johnston / www.baysideonline.com Ray, a 20-year veteran of both youth and adult ministry, is the founding pastor of Bayside Church, in Roseville/Granite Bay, CA, which has grown to over 10,000 in just a thirteen-year period. A veteran pastor and visionary leader, Ray believes that the church is called to outreach, spiritual growth, and equipping our leaders. In addition to his tireless efforts at Bayside, Ray serves as president of Developing Effective Leaders and has authored four books, all of which contain his trademark wit and dynamic style. Ray also speaks frequently at conferences, leadership training events, family camps and national youth events.
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. 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 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. 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 served as the Director of Creative Arts for Saddleback Church, home church of Pastor Rick Warren and the Purpose Driven movement. At Saddleback, he co-led 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”) and speaks at various worship conferences around the world. Rob Rinderer / www.robrinderer.com 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. Gregg Bissonette / www.greggbissonette.com Gregg Bissonette / www.greggbissonette.com Gregg is a sought after drummer from Los Angeles. He has played for a wide variety of folks, including The Maynard Ferguson Big Band, Ringo Starr, James Taylor, David Lee Roth, Joe Satriani, Toto, Brian Wilson, Electric Light Orchestra, Andy Summers, The Pat Boone Heavy Metal Big Band, Linda Ronstadt, Santana and many, many more! He is also a featured clinician on the Conference in a Box DVD series.
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Tyler DeYoung / www.baysideonline.com Tyler is a worship leader at Bayside Church. He loves; Jesus, worship, music, clouds, mountains, hills, Ireland, coffee, big cities, and sushi. He does not love extreme heat.... at all.
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. CJ Alvarado / www.cjalvarado.com CJ is a husband and a father. Family is a big deal to him. He’s a technologist, digital strategist, and an advocate for Open Leadership. Currently, he works as the Director of Communications & Technology at Bayside Church in Granite Bay, California and loves it. Prior to work at Bayside, he has spent the last 10 years of his career working in the marketing and media industry. He loves that he can serve the church in this new capacity. 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. 9
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.
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.
David Carr / www.baysideonline.com David is currently serving Bayside Church of Granite Bay, CA as the Lighting Director, as well as various projects around North America. He has over 14 years experience working with local churches and industry leaders. He’s been involved in a few Emmy and Tony award winning shows over the years. Such as the Bruce Springsteen and the E street band Live at Maddison square Gardens HBO special. Projects including but not limited to: Bruce Springsteen and the E street band, Bob Dylan, Sammy Hagar, The Grateful Dead, Van Halen, Stars on Ice, and NBC Sports, and more. Has a deep passion for seeing the advancement of lighting education in today’s church. Jacob Cody / www.yamaha.com/ca Prior to joining YCAS, for the past six years, Jacob Cody was an audio technician at the 12,000member 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. Cindy Wilt Colville / www.cindywiltcolville.com Cindy is a twenty-four-year veteran of the Christian music industry. She began her music career as the production manager for award-winning producer, songwriter Greg Nelson. She was also the production manager for Steven Curtis Chapman’s ﬁrst four records. For ﬁfteen years Cindy was a music publisher with two of Christian music’s largest publishing companies, Benson Music Publishing, and Word Music Publishing. During her nine years at Word, Cindy signed and developed some of Christian music’s top songwriters including Matthew West, Jason Ingram, and Cindy Morgan. Her passion is developing skilled and creative songwriters. As a creative music publishing consultant she provides a variety of services including song catalog assessment, career consultation, songwriter development, song critique, song plugging, workshop facilitation and A&R resource for independent artists. Cindy organized and facilitated the ASCAP Foundation Christian Songwriters Workshop. She lives with her husband in Nashville, Tennessee. Dan Craik / www.yamaha.com/ca Dan is the 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.
Doug Doppler / www.guitar411.com Doug Doppler is signed to Steve Vai’s Favored Nations label and is currently in production on the Get Killer Tone DVD series. He and his wife Melissa live to serve the Kingdom and are members of Cornerstone Fellowship in the San Francisco Bay Area.
Melissa Doppler Melissa Doppler is passionate about equipping musicians and worshipers as leaders both on and off the platform. Originally from Sydney, Australia, Melissa 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. Melissa and her husband, Doug, attend Cornerstone Fellowship in Livermore, California. 10
Lee Fields / www.baysideonline.com Lee is the Senior Audio Director at Bayside Church in Granite Bay, CA.
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.
Doug Gould / www.WorshipMD.com 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 / www.vocalsbootcamp.com 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 Phoenix, AZ. Sheri has recently started the Vocals Boot Camp intensive workshop as well. 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.
Frank Gutwein / www.shure.com Frank Gutwein has been a manufacturer’s representative with PCM marketing since 2004. He graduated from Northern Illinois University with a concentration in public speaking and interpersonal studies. Frank has had a lifelong interest in music, playing guitar in bands and performing in many venues within several states. Frank brings a highly professional background to his position at PCM marketing where he excels in customer service, people development, merchandising, motivation and sales leadership. 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 livebroadcast 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. Tom Jackson / www.tomjacksonproductions.com Tom Jackson has had the opportunity to coach and produce the live performance of the platinum selling, multi-award-winning country superstar, Taylor Swift. 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.
Trent Jenkins / www.baysideonline.com Trent is the Video Director for Bayside Church. He has been working in the Media Arts for the past 13 years. At Shake the Nations, a national youth missions organization, he was the Creative Production Director and Video Producer. Trent then went on to work at Capital Christian Center where he served as the video producer and eventually the Media Director. He is an accomplished video editor and motion graphics designer with a history of organization within the technical arts ﬁeld.
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.
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. 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. Dave Middleton / www.baysideonline.com Dave has over 10 years of audio engineering experience that includes PA system tuning, front-of-house and monitor mixing and production management.
Keith Mohr / www.indieheaven.com Keith Mohr is the founder of Indieheaven.com, a promotion/distribution/community resource dedicated to the independent Christian musician, band, songwriter, and itinerant artist/musicianary. Keith also operates IndieUniversity.com, providing educational articles, materials and an annual conference in Nashville, TN. For songwriters, Keith produces a retreat for Christian songwriters at InspireSong.com. IndieImpact.com is Keith’s services company for radio servicing, music production, and more. Follow Keith at: facebook.com/keithmohr. Contact Keith at: firstname.lastname@example.org Tim Moon / street musicianary 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. He volunteers with both Spirit West Coast and the Christian Musician Summit as an assistant to the administrative team.
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. Sandi Padilla / www.sandipadilla.com Sandi Padilla, is a worship leader who’s passion for mentoring artists has helped students go on to rewarding ministry and career positions. She is on the worship team at Bayside Church in Granite Bay and resides in Sacramento with her husband Steve Padilla who tours as keyboardist for Lincoln Brewster. She enjoys playing bass for “No Man’s Band” and is a guest worship leader for regional churches and retreats. 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. 12
Mark Pearson, 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 livebroadcast 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. 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.
George Sabolick / www.martinguitars.com Pastor George has been a worship leader for twenty four years in the Calvary Chapel movement and has been a session player and has produce eight CDs and has been a Clinician for the Martin Guitar Co. for nine years performing guitar shows through out the country and is a active worship leader on Sundays and Wednesday nights at Calvary Chapel Jurupa Valley Riverside Ca. keeping up with the latest contemporary Christian worship music. Joey Sanchez / www.joeyplaysdrums.com In addition to working with Ultimate Ears by Logitech, Joey is a session drummer. He has recorded on more than 100 recordings to date, including Jeremy Camp’s RIAA gold selling “Restored” and CCM Band of the Year, Hawk Nelson’s “Bring ‘Em Out.” Joey has also been a full time member of bands such as Fair, Yellow Second, and Dolour to name a few. He has performed and/or recorded with Nashville artists Julianne Hough, Jeremy Camp, John Davis (Superdrag), Nathan Lee Tooth and Nail artists The Send, Ruth, Project 86, Kutless and many others When not touring or recording Joey spends time at home in Nashville with his wife Brynn, and daughters Lucia, Mae and Opal. Jeffrey B. Scott / facebook.com/jeffreybscott With a desire to be used by God, and a passion for God’s glory above all else, Jeff and the band bring what they do best to the worship arena--and it rocks! “We want to fade into the background, and at the same time, lead people with passion into the throneroom of God.” says Jeff. “If they’re challenged to think outside the box of what we normally view as worship music then that’s exactly where we want to be. We want to be a bump in the road along the journey to deeper worship, and a greater understanding of who God is, and what He has in store for us.” 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. Scott Shuford / www.frontgatemedia.com Scott is the CEO of FrontGate Media, the largest pop-culture media group reaching the faith and family audience with 15 million email subscribers, 25 million monthly page views, 600,000+ at events and in 45 million television households, and is currently launching Creator Leadership Network’s Creator Worship online radio station for worship leaders. Scott and his companies play a key role in the success of record labels and artists, publishers and authors, movie studios, non-proﬁt organizations and more seeking “creative & emerging media” outlets. He was recently featured in Adweek as an authority on the “Role Of Religion In Modern Consumer Culture.” 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.
Brandon Yip / www.brandonyip.com Brandon earned his masters degree in classical guitar from the San Francisco Conservatory of Music. He has released four classical guitar CDs including his latest, Agua y Vino. He is currently working on a worship CD. Brandon served as one of the worship leaders at Bayside Church for 10 years with Lincoln Brewster. He recently took a full time worship position at Bayside of West Roseville, one of the several church plants in the Bayside Family of Churches. His wife Grace and their two young sons Phoenix and Jaxx live in Sacramento. 13
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Join Corey Fournier from Roland during his workshops... “Recording Solutions for Songwriters” Friday at 3:15 �in Room 137/138 � �������������������� � � ������������� � �������4������� � “Keyboard Worship Skills for �����������������������E� the 21st Century” ����������CMS� � �� � Friday �at 4:30 in Room 137/138 “Dynamics Without Plexiglas” w/ drummer David Owens Saturday at 10:15am in Room 137/138
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SESSION 1 - FRIDAY, SEPT 17
= instruments welcome Instructor Title & Description Room LEADERSHIP / TEAMS / ALL MUSICIANS Christy & Nathan From Generation to Generation B-121 Nockels Join Christy and Nathan as they discuss their hearts when it comes to writing songs & leading worship. Scott Shuford C-232 Worship Leader Marketing 101: Social Media, PR, Advertising & Promotion (repeated on Saturday) Scott shares marketing strategies for worship leaders, focusing on a balance between the business of music and ministry. He will take your questions and share successful strategies from his experiences working with Integrity Music, Worship Together, Vineyard Music, Rick Muchow (Saddleback Church,) and others in the areas of social media, public relations, advertising and promotion. VOCALS Sheri Gould B-222 Basic Vocal Technique We’ll discuss basic vocal technique and care for the voice. Learn how to strengthen your voice and increase your range. Learn how to improve your tone and relieve tension in your voice We’ll discuss stage presence, communication, – all part of what we do as we sing and lead in worship – all this and more are covered in this interactive class that’s fun yet very informative. GUITAR Rich Severson B-221 Mastering the CAGED System A valuable tool for mastering your instrument, this system helps you understand the 5 positions of the guitar where almost everything can be played. Covers chord shapes and scale patterns. Bring your guitar. All levels. George Sabolick Acoustic Guitar C-233 B/C Understanding the complexity of guitar tones with different models / Strumming Songs / Fingerstyle Songs for Christmas / Using Capos BASS Norm Stockton B-220 Grooving for Heaven: The Bassist and Contemporary Worship (Pt. 1) This two-part clinic will spend time focusing on establishing a solid foundation for our bass playing. Topics to be explored include: ﬁngerboard familiarity, technique, muting, phrasing, groove/time/feel, arrangement concepts, ensemble playing, building a vocabulary, chart navigation basics, gear talk, and ideas/exercises for developing synergy with your drummer. KEYS Mike Overlin C-142 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. DRUMS David Owens B-120 Three Dimensional Drumming and More From dynamics to technique to tools you need to become a well rounded drummer, I will discuss the different dimensions of drumming and percussion. SONGS Cindy Wilt C-233A Music Publishing 101 Colville This workshop will provide a general overview of how music publishing works. Deﬁnition of publishing terms such as statutory mechanical rate, a single song agreement, co-publishing, administration, performing rights organizations, song plugging. We will describe sources of income for songwriters and how to get paid when someone uses your song. We will discuss what a publisher does, when you need a publisher, the best way to build a relationship with a publisher and how to be your own publisher. AUDIO Kent Margraves C-141 Worship Audio: The Other Mix This is not sound reinforcement. This discussion will focus on the needs of the remote audience, whether live or delayed, broadcast or playback medium. The mix for broadcast, recording, or overﬂow sound must be designed to be heard in a different acoustic environment than the live worship space, and thus requires certain miking and mixing techniques that vary from the sound reinforcement task. Dave Middleton C-139/140 Tuning Sound Systems With More Than Your Ears Apply key audio concepts such as frequency, amplitude and phase to tune a sound system. Teaching will go beyond theory by tuning an actual PA system in class using Smaart V.7 software. Rick Boring C-230 Getting from the Stage to FOH using Digital Audio One CAT5 cable can carry up to 64 channels of audio with the right setup. Rick Boring, Senior Systems Consultant with CCI solutions will give you hands-on experience and show you how to install and maintain a simple digital audio transport system. David Mendez C-137/138 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.
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Instructor AUDIO Joey Sanchez Title & Description Custom In-Ear Monitors and Their Beneﬁts for your Worship Team
(repeated on Saturday)
VISUAL MEDIA Trent Jenkins Video Production for Presentation How to use creativity and technology to produce the best possible videos for presentation in your services.
We will talk about what custom inear monitors are, what exactly they do, and how they can beneﬁt and enhance the music/worship experience. We will also discuss the differences and pros and cons between a universal earphone and a custom earphone. C-236
SESSION 2 - FRIDAY, SEPT 17
Instructor Title & Description Room LEADERSHIP / TEAMS / ALL MUSICIANS Lincoln Brewster Thriving Worship Ministry Relationships B-121 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! Melissa Doppler The Balancing Act C-233 A 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 Jeffrey Scott C-137/138 Getting the Best Out of Your Band We’ll talk through some building-block concepts that can help ANY team learn how to work together better... including: 1) how to learn songs properly; 2) how to listen to each other; 3) the importance of playing in rehearsal what you’re planning to play in worship, and more... Sandi Padilla T.O.I.O (Turning Obstacles Into Opportunities) (repeated on Saturday) What does it take to become the person and artist you’ve always wanted to be? God wants to activate in you an incredible purpose and mission. Are you ready to unleash more creativity and excellence in your life and ﬁnd out how to turn obstacles into opportunities? In this interactive workshop you will discover new strategies and techniques for breaking through difﬁcult ground. 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 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. Chop Builder 2.0 Whether it’s at Church, on stage, or just in your bedroom - who doesn’t want more chops? Refueled and back by popular demand! (guitars welcome) Grooving for Heaven: The Bassist and Contemporary Worship (Pt 2) This 2nd session of the two-part clinic will continue with the topics begun in Part 1, and will also give attendees an opportunity to participate as we play through musical examples and demonstrations of the concepts covered. Bring your bass! C-235
VOCALS Tim Carson
GUITAR Doug Doppler BASS Norm Stockton
KEYS Steve Padilla
DRUMS Gregg Bissonette Musical Drumming - Part 1 There’s more to playing drums than smackin’ heads with sticks. Learn from Gregg the art of playing drums more musically.
C-233 B/C Keyboard Transitions: Playing Modern Keys in a Guitar World (repeated Saturday) 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. B-120
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= instruments welcome Instructor Title & Description SONGS / INDIE ARTISTS Keith Mohr The New Music Indie-Stry Come learn from Keith about the vital role indie music plays in the music scene. AUDIO
VISUAL MEDIA Trent Jenkins
C-141 RF (Wireless) Applications We’ll discuss topics such as antenna selection and placement, antenna distribution, frequency range selection, frequency coordination, and various troubleshooting techniques. C-139/140 Lowering Stage Volumes The prevailing problem in most of our churches today is that our platforms are too loud and it’s messing everything up. What can we do to ﬁx the problem? We will explore methods that don’t require any additional equipment. Through some common sense applications, you may ﬁnd that the levels on the stage can be greatly reduced. If that doesn’t work, we’ll go into some additional explanations of methods that may require additional gear. In-Ear personal monitors and Personal Monitor Mixers, Amp Modelers, buttkickers, drum shields and electronic instruments, and mute boxes. C-230 Slap Back Attack: Answers to “Controlling Room Acoustics” One of the challenges to a great worship service is creating musical impact without excessive loudness. Greg Hearns, Senior Systems Consultant, will explain acoustical materials and show how improving the acoustics of the room can improve the overall worship experience. Using Presentation Software Effectively How to get the most of your presentation software. ProPresenter will be featured. We’ll also discuss do’s and don’ts when it comes to backgrounds, text and video. C-236
12:30-1:45 Lunch Break 1:45-2:30 Paul Baloche in Worship Center 2:30-3:00 Ken Mansﬁeld keynote in Worship Center
SESSION 3 - FRIDAY, SEPT 17
Room Worship Center
Instructor Title & Description LEADERSHIP / TEAMS / ALL MUSICIANS Paul Baloche & Worship Band Workshop Paul and his band demonstrate important concepts like *mapping out a song Band *improving your timing *thinking like an arranger *band dynamics and tempo *guitar vs. piano driven songs *making music more emotional *creating an atmosphere of worship Ken Mansﬁeld Producer’s Workshop - “I Don’t Know, What Do You Think?” A seat of the pants approach to the heart of the production process - the guts ball, non-tech side of making music from someone who sat in on Beatle sessions, swapped production tricks with legendary producers such as George Martin, Jerry Wexler, Roy Thomas Baker etc. Ken is also a Grammy winner who produced some of the greatest artists of the past - Waylon Jennings, David Cassidy, Don Ho, Andy Williams, Flying Burrito Bros.,The Gaither Vocal Band, The Imperials and more. Wimps and Tonette players need not attend. National Guard Expanding Your Ministry Through the Army National Guard Chaplain 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. Christy & Nathan New Song Café Nockels with Jimi Come prepared to learn and sing new songs, as you join Jimi Williams from WorshipTogether.com along with Christy & Nathan Nockels. They’ll be sharing new Williams songs by these great worship songwriters. Tony Guerrero How To Read Music In One Hour A Crash Course In Reading Music VOCALS Tim Carson Extend Your Vocal Range Do you feel like your upper range has hit the ceiling? Are you frustrated because your vocal range limits what your voice can do? In this hands-on workshop, you’ll learn practical tools to help you develop the fullness of your vocal range. GUITAR Doug Doppler What’s the Blues Got to Do With It? Feel, timing, and dynamics are some of the key elements that we can draw out of the Blues and into Praise and Worship. Join us as we connect the dots! (guitars welcome)
SESSION 3 - FRIDAY, SEPT 17 ...continued
Instructor DRUMS Gregg Bissonette Title & Description Room B-120 Musical Drumming - Part 1 There’s more to playing drums than smackin’ heads with sticks. Learn from Gregg the art of playing drums more musically. SONGS / INDIE ARTISTS Corey Fournier C-137/138 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. Keith Mohr C-142 Top Tips for Indie Artist Success Learn from Keith of IndieHeaven.com what it takes to make it as an indie artist. AUDIO Jeffrey Scott & C-233 B/C Mixing In-Ears from a Musician’s Perspective Lee Fields What should your mix should sound like... what to put in your mix... what not to put in... How do we get there? Doug Gould C-141 Microphones for Live Sound We will learn the differences between various microphones types, dynamics and condensers; polar patterns, or where the microphone is sensitive and where it is not; frequency response and how that relates to our choices; what is proximity effect; comb ﬁltering, why fewer mics sounds better than more mics; rules of placement; applications for various microphones and more. Jacob Cody C-139/140 Digital Mixing Lab on the M7CL 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. Mark Pearson C-230 Building Project Solutions for Music, Creative Arts Directors and Tech Directors (repeated on Saturday) Mark Pearson, Senior Systems Consultant explains the 10 important technical design elements you must make sure are included to achieve a successful outcome when planning and designing a new worship center. VISUAL MEDIA Mike Overlin C-236 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. We will cover the basics of camera operation including aperture, shutter speed and depth of ﬁeld as well as what you can and can not do with your point and shoot camera. This is one of the most critical aspects of this workshop and attendees will leave understanding why certain cameras can do more than others...no matter how many megapixels they have!
SESSION 4 - FRI, SEPT 17
LEADERSHIP / TEAMS / ALL MUSICIANS Phil Keaggy Songs & Stories with Phil Keaggy Join us for an hour of songs and stories with guitar legend, Phil Keaggy. Melissa Doppler
Title & Description
C-233 A Help! I’m Married to a Creative Genius A frank look at the challenges and blessings associated with living in a creative household. Discover some keys to better understanding your creative personalities and how you can serve each other and build a God-glorifying, harmonious home life. C-233 B/C 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! C-235 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.
SESSION 4 - FRI, SEPT 17
VOCALS Sheri Gould
Title & Description
Developing Style & Creating an Effective Vocal Routine We’ll take an in depth look at how to affect the quality of your singing voice. We’ll help you to ﬁnd ways of discovering a sound—or multiple sounds that work well for you and show you how you can apply this to help develop a style that is all your own! Next I’ll help you to design your own personal vocal warm up routine—one that you’ll DO! I’ll also give you some ways you can strengthen and condition your voice as well as develop lots of other skills through a vocal workout that you will help create! Electric Guitar in Worship This workshop 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.
GUITAR Ben Gowell
BASS Michael Rossback Bass Guitar in Worship B-220 Learn from Paul Baloche’s bass player some great techniques to add to your toolbox for bass playing in a worship setting. KEYS Corey Fournier C-137/138 Worship Keyboard Skills for the 21st Century For most of us, playing keyboards in a praise band is unlike anything we learned in piano lessons, and our digital keyboards have exciting sonic possibilities we’ve yet to fully explore. In this interactive, hands-on class, you’ll learn how to unlock your creative potential as a keyboardist and unleash your inner orchestrator. DRUMS & PERCUSSION / AUDIO Carl Albrecht B-120 Worship Drummer Master Class Technical and spiritual aspects of being a servant/leader on the drums; includes setup, tuning, groove and ﬁll development, laying with loops, ﬂowing with any leader, ﬂowing with the Spirit, ministering to the people, and more! SONGS & NDIE ARTISTS Cindy Wilt C-142 I’ve Written the Songs, Now What? Colville This workshop will challenge songwriters to think outside the box on getting songs placed beyond their own artist projects. You will discover local, regional and national potential markets for songs and how to strategically present your songs. Tim Moon 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. C-232
AUDIO Doug Gould
C-141 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! Dave Mendez C-230 Personal Monitor Systems in Worship High stage volumes are a serious problem and in-ear monitors are a solution. Learn how the features and beneﬁts these tools offer can provide solutions for loud levels, feedback and consistent mixes, while improving the worship experience for the praise team and the congregation. Jacob Cody C-139/140 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. VISUAL MEDIA / LIGHTING Dave Carr C-236 Creating Visual Impact Tips and tricks in Creating Visual Impact with lighting in various worship environments. This is a great class to help you ﬁne tune your existing lighting system and take your creative ability to the next level.
5:30-7:00 6:30 7:00-10:00
Dinner Break Doors Open for Concert Lincoln Brewster CD Release Concert with Phil Keaggy Opening
10:30-11:30 Late Night Groove Lounge with The Norm Stockton Group in B-121
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A GREAT MIX STARTS WITH SENNHEISER
“I’ve mixed at Buckhead Church for over seven years, and it’s my job to make sure the worship services are delivered to thousands with impressive sound clarity. That’s why I use the Sennheiser 2000 Series handheld transmitters in combination with Sennheiser dual pattern condenser �965 capsules for all of our vocals. These mics sound so great, you hardly need to EQ them at all.” -Dustin Whitt, FOH Engineer and Cofounder of OwnTheMix.com www.sennheiserusa.com/HOW
Join Mike Overlin from Yamaha during his workshops...
“Arranger Workstations (Keyboards) in Worship” Friday at 10:15am in Room C-142 “Music Technology for Modern Worship” Saturday at 11:30am in Room C-142 “Learning the Art of Improvisation” Saturday at 1:30pm in Room C-142
SESSION 5 - SAT, SEPT 18
Instructor Title & Description
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LEADERSHIP / TEAMS / ALL MUSICIANS Paul Baloche B-121 Journey of Worship Learning to lead your congregation on a journey of authentic worship requires much more than just singing songs. 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 Melissa Doppler How to Herd Cats C-233 A Leading a team of creative people can be so rewarding AND frustrating. This class offers some insights and practical tips on how to understand, develop and lead your creative team more effectively and with less frustration for all concerned. Manuel Luz C-141 Creativity and Faith Why are we creative? What makes us compose, paint, write, ﬁlm, act, and dance? And how does God receive our artistic expressions? Manuel Luz practically discusses the crucial necessity of understanding the convergence of faith and the arts, the nature of creativity, and the relationship between the artist and God. Tom Brooks C-233 B/C Producing a Praise & Worship Album in your Church Tom Brooks has produced over 100 well-loved Christian Albums; several reaching Gold and Platinum status, Dove Award and Grammy honors. This workshop covers EVERYTHING to ensure that your project is a blessing to your church, to your praise team, and to the Body of Christ (and to your Church Accountant!!) All aspects of production are addressed from song selection / spiritual purpose / musicians & singers (your team or studio pros?) / arranging / engineering / how to be a great producer / advertising / marketing / distribution / connecting with the major labels and indie options. Don’t start your project without getting this information! Sandi Padilla C-235 T.O.I.O (Turning Obstacles Into Opportunities) What does it take to become the person and artist you’ve always wanted to be? God wants to activate in you an incredible purpose and mission. Are you ready to unleash more creativity and excellence in your life and ﬁnd out how to turn obstacles into opportunities? In this interactive workshop you will discover new strategies and techniques for breaking through difﬁcult ground. VOCALS Sheri Gould B-222 Take your Worship Team to the Next Level We’ll take a look at some of the things that impede progress for a typical worship team and give you some tips on how to overcome them. I’ll show you some ways to improve your rehearsal strategies, get a better blend, grow your ability to work together as a group and ﬁnd better harmonies and arrangements and provide a better overall worship experience for you and your congregation. GUITAR Brandon Yip B-220 Orchestration for Electric Guitar: Knowing how to play the right thing at Find out what tools and techniques you need as an electric guitarist in contemporary worship. We’ll look at technique, tone, and effects. Finally, we’ll dissect a multi-tracked session to see what great guitarist are actually playing on their tracks. Rich Severson B-221 The Fretboard Less Traveled Breathe new life into old progressions. Every chord inversion has its own unique sound characteristics. Learn how to ﬁnd the systematic inversions for a variety of sounds. We will show how we can add color to the worship team by blending voicings using diatonic substitutions and chord substitutions. Intermediate to advanced, bring your guitar. DRUMS & PERCUSSION / AUDIO Doug Gould, B-120 How to Mic the Drum Kit Mike Johns & This session will shed light and rip the veil (or break the plexiglas shield) to uncover Lee Fields 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. We guarantee that your drums will deﬁnitely sit in the mix better or we’ll set up auditions for another drummer or buy you a drum machine. Corey Fournier Dynamics Without Plexiglas C-137/138 & David Owens 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.” SONGS / INDIE ARTISTS Keith Mohr C-142 How to get Rich and Famous in Christian Music AUDIO Jacob Cody C-139/140 Digital Mixing Lab on the M7CL 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. Building Project Solutions for Music, Creative Arts Directors and Tech Directors Mark Pearson C-230 Mark Pearson, Senior Systems Consultant at CCI Solutions explains the 10 important technical design elements you must make sure are included to achieve a successful outcome when planning and designing a new worship center. 24
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SESSION 5 - SAT, SEPT 18
Instructor Title & Description
VISUAL MEDIA Rick Boring Bayside Church Backstage Video Production Tour Take a backstage tour of the video production system at Bayside Church with designer Rick Boring. We’ll meet in Room C-232 then make our way to the worship center. Dave Carr Lighting Hob Knob~ What You Always Wanted to Know about Lighting Systems! Open forum Q&A session designed to create a platform to ask the questions you have never been able to get answered. If we don’t have the answer... we will get it for you. This class is designed to help speciﬁc needs and applications.
SESSION 6 - SAT, SEPT 18
Instructor Title & Description Room LEADERSHIP / TEAMS / ALL MUSICIANS Tom Jackson B-222 The 4 Most Important Things... ..for those who Sing, Lead Worship, Minister/Perform onstage. Come see if this is true. Doug Doppler Making a Joyful Noise C-141 Great sound happens long before the mixing console. Practical tips for how to get your team to sound great both on the platform and in the congregation. (for musicians and sound teams) Steve Padilla C-235 Thriving Worship Ministry in the Small to Mid-Sized Mobile Church Quality worship ministry is not reserved just for churches with own facilities or congregations over 1000. Smaller to midsized churches with no permanent home can have a thriving worship ministry that will impact their church and community. 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. CJ Alvarado C-236 Leveraging Social Technology For Musicians and your Church Mike Overlin C-142 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. VOCALS Doug & Sheri Microphones and Monitors for Vocalists (w/Sheri Gould) B-220 Gould 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. GUITAR Lincoln B-121 Electric Guitar Brewster Join Lincoln Brewster in this interactive workshop as he shares insights and thoughts on playing electric guitar. Insights on tone, modeling, technique, practicing tips... etc. Rich Severson Licks and Fills in Worship B-221 Have you ever wondered “What scale should I use over this chord progression?” We’ll show how the blues scale can ﬁt over common chord progressions. By starting the blues scale on different chord factors you can produce many different sound textures. Sounds can vary from a bluesy dark minor sound, to a country sound, a jazz sound and. a soothing major 7th sound. We’ll also touch on using a slide, octave playing, usings 6ths 3rds and 4ths for lead ﬁlls. Intermediate to advanced, bring your guitar. BASS & DRUMS Norm Stockton Grooving Together: Bass & Drums B-120 & David This session will be an informative & engaging exploration into the relationship and Owens interaction between the bass and drums, particularly in the contemporary worship context. A multitude of concepts and groove considerations will be explained and demonstrated by bassist Norm Stockton and drummer David Owens. KEYS Tom Brooks C-233 B/C Keyboard Master Class You’ll be playing the Top 10 P&W 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. SONGS & INDIE ARTISTS Cindy Wilt C-233 A The Work and the Art of Songwriting Colville We will discover ten strategic steps to take your songwriting to the next level. Direction will be given on looking at your songs objectively, how to effectively work on your craft, nurturing your creativity to discover the big ideas and expanding your creative community.
SESSION 6 - SAT, SEPT 18
Instructor Tim Moon
AUDIO Frank Gutwein Microphones in the Worship Environment C-137/138 Learn which types of microphones are most effective for choir, spoken word, instruments and other applications in the worship environment. Use microphone selection and placement to maximize ﬁdelity and avoid feedback and other common audio problems. Jacob Cody C-139/140 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. Greg Hearns C-230 Slap Back Attack: Answers to “Controlling Room Acoustics” One of the challenges to a great worship service is creating musical impact without excessive loudness. Greg Hearns, Senior Systems Consultant, will explain acoustical materials and show how improving the acoustics of the room can improve the overall worship experience.
Title & Description 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.
12:30-1:30 Lunch Break
SESSION 7 - SAT, SEPT 18
Instructor Title & Description Room LEADERSHIP / TEAMS / ALL MUSICIANS Tom Jackson Worship Live Music Production: Hands-On Performance Coaching... Center Ridiculously important concepts demonstrated for those who sing, perform or lead worship. Join Tom as he works with the worship team from Bayside Church in a Live Demo! Melissa Doppler Dynamic Duos C-233 A 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. Mike Overlin C-142 Learning the Art of Improvisation / Winds in Worship 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. Using popular worship songs, we will explore chords, scales, rhythms and how they work together to create worshipful improvisation. Just as important, we will look at exciting technology that will make practicing these skills fun! Manuel Luz C-141 Beyond Worship: The Arts in the Church More and more churches are using the arts (music, drama, visual arts, ﬁlm, etc.) in cutting-edge ways. But are your churches unleashing your artists in the best way possible? In this workshop, Manuel Luz gives a fresh and practical perspective on the role of the arts in the church, and encourages everyone to disciple and unleash the artists in your church to express themselves more fully inside and outside your church walls.” Scott Shuford C-232 Worship Leader Marketing 101: Social Media, PR, Advertising & Promotion Scott shares marketing strategies for worship leaders, focusing on a balance between the business of music and ministry. He will take your questions and share successful strategies from his experiences working with Integrity Music, Worship Together, Vineyard Music, Rick Muchow (Saddleback Church,) and others in the areas of social media, public relations, advertising and promotion. VOCALS Tim Carson B-222 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, strength and ﬂexibility and will provide practical exercises that will help you to move beyond the barriers holding back your vocal potential. GUITAR Doug Doppler B-221 Practical Guide to Practicing Guitar From songs to technique, some really practical approaches to making the most of your time with the instrument and rehearsal! (guitars welcome) George Sabolick Acoustic Guitar C-137/138 Alternative Tunings / Open Chords / How to Pick New Songs / Playing with Others 26
SESSION 7 - SAT, SEPT 18
Instructor KEYS Steve Padilla Title & Description
BASS Norm Stockton
C-233 B/C 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. 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 explore ways in which these techniques can be incorporated in a musically appropriate and artistic manner. 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! Creative Options for Multi-Site & Video Cafés Have you decided you need to expand your outreach beyond the walls of your worship center, but don’t know exactly how to do it? We’ll be discussing the technical options that are right for your ministry as well as what not to do. Custom In-Ear Monitors and Their Beneﬁts for your Worship Team We will talk about what custom inear monitors are, what exactly they do, and how they can beneﬁt and enhance the music/worship experience. We will also discuss the differences and pros and cons between a universal earphone and a custom earphone. Using Video to Communicate Effectively Using video in worship can be an incredible tool... it can also be a distraction. Come learn how to use it effectively. B-220
DRUMS Mike Johns AUDIO Rick Boring
VISUAL MEDIA Trent Jenkins
Paul Baloche - closing worship for conference Bayside Worship Service
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