Giving your worship some air or space is something we all want to do.
It’s Time to Give Your Worship Some Air Today
Many times the tendency is to fill everything up with sound, but my experience and the experience of a number of worship leaders is that less is more. So therefore, giving your worship some air with not only increase its impact, it will also sound better, cleaner and less complicated and stressed.
Even recording, we tend to not clutter the sound up with overplaying, but believe it sounds better and cleaner if there are less instruments. And coming out of the silliest situations of lockdown the world has ever seen, you may not have the wealth of musicians and singers you once had. So less is more, in more ways than one, and giving your worship air is a very worthwhile and rewarding practice.
Sound should be an asset when you are worship leading, not a distraction or a pain. So often sound doesn’t enhance worship, it often makes life harder. Sometimes it is so loud and cluttered that it distracts listeners from really losing themselves in the worship. Giving it air creates a space where they can relax, commune with God and really reach deep into the throne room in a personal and intimate way.
And isn’t that what we all want afterall? I mean, do you want great music, or do you want intimate and earth-shattering worship? I know which one I want!
So come on in and spend 12 minutes thinking about how you can give some air to your worship leading…