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New from Vineyard Worship - Fill Us Again

Fill Us Again is the new live album from Vineyard, recorded at The Cause to Live For and the Vineyard National Leaders’ Conference. With authentic lyrics and beautiful melodies, this album captures the latest Vineyard songs from around the world in a live setting. Fill Us Again contains fresh new songs from Vineyard UK & Ireland along with Vineyard New Zealand’s "Coming Alive," Vineyard USA’s "Kyrie Eleison," and two worship anthems from Bethel Music and Jeremy Riddle, "No Longer Slaves" and "All Hail King Jesus."

MultiTracks Now Available from Planetboom

Birthed out of the Youth Ministry of Planetshakers Church, Planetboom music and the Planetboom Band embodies the next generation of Planetshakers music. These young people are passionate about encountering God and seeking His presence. Comprised of young musicians, songwriters and vocalists, the Planetboom Band leads hundreds of teenagers in breakthrough praise and worship every week. Relentless in their pursuit of God, they seek to change the culture around them through a new sound of praise and worship that is both relevant and powerful. Original Master MultiTracks and other worship leading resources are now available for Planetboom's 3 singles, "New Levels," "Praise Over Problems," and "Jesus Over Everything."

Ableton Keys: EDM Essentials - Individual Patches Now Available

Ableton Keys: EDM Essentials individual patches are now available at MultiTracks.com. Thinking of purchasing the bundle but don’t have a budget for the entire thing? Now you can choose the sounds you love and purchase them individually! Created by Daniel Ferguson, this bundle is compatible with Ableton Intro, Standard and Suite, and features everything from gritty leads and smooth breakdown synths to thick screaming basses and bright colorful arpeggiated patterns, equipping you with the essential tools to play songs featuring heavy synth-led backing tracks.

New MultiTracks.com Session - "Hallelujah For the Cross"

Today, we are excited to share a new MultiTracks.com Session that we filmed with Chris McClarney when he visited our studios recently in Austin, TX. "Hallelujah For the Cross" was the first single from Chris's new live worship album, Breakthrough, which released this past week.  It's an incredible anthem that proclaims our gratitude for Jesus, recognizing how lost we would be if not for what He did on the cross.  We hope you enjoy this new acoustic performance of "Hallelujah For the Cross" today and encourage you to check out Chris's new album, now available on iTunes.  For more MultiTracks.com Sessions, subscribe to our YouTube Channel or visit our Sessions Page.

New Webinar - Using Playback to be Spontaneous in Worship

Join us next Wednesday, June 27 at 2 PM CT for a new webinar that will show you how using Playback can help you be spontaneous in your worship service. From transitioning from prayer into a song to repeating song sections or changing the arrangement of a song on the fly, you'll see how you can use the features of Playback to have more spontaneity in your service.  We will be broadcasting the webinar live on both our Facebook and YouTube channels, so be sure to tune in!

"What Mercy Did For Me" - People & Songs, feat. Crystal Yates, Micah Tyler, & Joshua Sherman

"What Mercy Did For Me" is an incredible testimony of God's mercy, written by Crystal Yates, Joshua Sherman, Micah Tyler and students at The Emerging Sound, a dynamic summer songwriting camp hosted by People & Songs that exists to train and equip the next generation of songwriters and worshippers.  It was recorded live in the round less than 48 hours after it was written and expresses a heart of celebration and gratitude for the mercy that Jesus freely gave to each one of us, singing, "Lord, You found me, You healed me, You called me from the grave. You gave me Your real love, I thank you Jesus, You washed my sins away. And now I'm living like I'm forgiven, You came to set me free and that's what Your mercy did for me."

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