Skip to Content

Log In to MultiTracks.com

Blog

"Red & White" by Every Nation Music

Revelation 19:13-14 says, "He is clothed in a robe dipped in blood, and the name by which he is called is The Word of God. And the armies of heaven, arrayed in fine linen, white and pure, were following him on white horses." Every year the church gathers to celebrate the sacrifice of Jesus. Rejoicing in the power of His resurrection and remembering the exchange of His righteousness for our sin. Every Nation Music's brand new single, "Red & White" is a song that captures the biblical imagery of this exchange and celebrates our Savior's power to overcome death and the grave.  Download this new single from Every Nation Music today on iTunes and find the Original Master MultiTracks, which are now available along with the instrument parts in RehearsalMix, here on MultiTracks.com.

Indie Showcase: Forgiven Seas by One Accord

One Accord is the worship and creative ministry arm of Every Nation Church Malaysia. It exists to raise a Creative Generation that craft stories through music, acting, dance, art, photography and other creative forms that showcase the heartbeat of God which is His love for humankind and justice. Today we are featuring their newest live worship album, Forgiven Seas, as our Indie Showcase. This album consists of songs that were crafted by a team of worshippers, not just for their local church but beyond, sharing the goodness of God for a time such as now.  Head to iTunes and check out Forgiven Seas, which includes songs such as "Come What May," "Won Me Over," and "Heartfelt Devotion," and pick up the worship leading resources for the entire album, now available at MultiTracks.com.

New Single from G12 Worship - "Sound of Revival"

G12 Worship, the contemporary worship band for the G12 Churches in America and the former Dove Award-winning band Soulfire Revolution, has released a new single, "Sound of Revival." This song expresses the yearning of a generation that cries out for revival.  "We have experienced times of awakening where the church has been revived in fire and the irresistible power of God has been manifested," the band shares.  "However, they have been short.  We are expecting the greatest revival ever, and we can hear its sound already.  It resounds so loud that every ear is hearing it.  It will last and it will bring a complete change to society.  Heaven will touch earth, and it will remain like this forever.  We are paving the way for this to happen."  Download your own copy of this new single from G12 Worship today on iTunes and lead it in your services with the Original Master MultiTracks, which are now available.

New from The Rock Music - Your Love Remains

Today marks the release of The Rock Music's brand new worship album, Your Love Remains. Filled with longing and intimacy, this new release captures the adoration of Jesus Christ. It is the yearning response of worship and confident conviction in the goodness of God.  The Rock Music's Steele Croswhite shares, "When we began the process of writing this album we felt that the most important thing was having songs The Church could easily sing! We believe these songs hit that mark. We also wanted the record to feel cohesive from beginning to end, highlighting a vibe of intimacy with a sense of wonder and vastness. Your Love Remains is a response to these prayers."  From the album's lead single "Cry Out" to the title track "Your Love Remains," these new songs would make great additions to your setlists.  Download your copy of Your Love Remains on iTunes and pick up the worship leading resources, which are now available here on MultiTracks.com.

New Single from Eleventh Hour Worship - "Yet You Do"

Eleventh Hour Worship's newest single, "Yet You Do" is a powerful duet that marvels at the incredible love God has for us.  The band shares, "God’s love has been and always will be incomprehensible. God loves with a love that is miraculous and merciful; a love that knows no bounds. When our sin nailed Jesus to the cross, He prayed that God would forgive us. He loved us even in our sin. This song is a reflection of how humanity distorts the beauty of God and how He still wants us regardless."  As you continue to plan for your Easter services, we encourage you to download your own copy of "Yet You Do" on iTunes and share the song with your worship teams and congregations with the Original Master MultiTracks and instrument parts in RehearsalMix.

Wild (Remix) by Local Sound

Nashville-based pop worship band Local Sound recently released a new Remix version of their song, "Wild," which appeared on their 2017 debut EP, WWJD.  "We’re excited to be sharing the original stems from our “Wild (Remix)” released last year. We originally introduced this remix on Outcry Tour last Summer and were overwhelmed by the response," they comment.  This new arrangement of "Wild" shares a message of the extravagant love of Jesus with a dynamic sound and a catchy beat that will have people dancing as they worship.  Download your copy of "Wild (Remix)" today on iTunes and share this song in your services with the Original Master MultiTracks which you can find along with the instrument parts in RehearsalMix here on MultiTracks.com.

New Patches from Anthony Catacoli - Green Essentials: AC15 Amp Pack

Get the classic tones of the Vox AC15 on your Kemper modeling amp! Green Essentials: AC15 Amp Pack is Anthony Catacoli's take on the true bright and clean British tones that have been sought after by many famous and popular guitar players. With 9 profiles, 4 on the normal channel and 5 of the Top Boost and no master volume, these tones sound just as good as the originals from the vintage era. Anthony’s choice to do the 15 and not the 30 was simple: lower wattage amps tend to drive better and he felt the 15-watt version was a perfect fit to get the ideal Vox tones on the Kemper. Recorded with a traditional SM57 and a 121 ribbon microphone into an all Neve signal chain, this is an all British tone pack that's perfect for playing live or for the studio.

  • needsalt
  • needsalt
  • needsalt
  • needsalt
  • needsalt
  • needsalt
  • needsalt
  • needsalt
  • needsalt
  • needsalt
  • needsalt
  • needsalt
  • needsalt
  • needsalt
  • needsalt
  • needsalt
Back to top