"I can sympathize with you... I used to work at a church in Hawaii... We had three major military bases that attended our services from week to week.
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Does anybody know the lyrics to this song. My drummer brought it to me and wanted me to think about bringing it in. But I can't find the lyrics anywhere. Do you know them. Here's a link to the song on youtube.DELIGHTSee More
Snare tuning is good, but I tried putting a piece of foam rubber under the snare stand. Make sure it is fairly stiff, and big enough so that the snare does not fall over. Vibration to the stage goes up to the snare even if it is tuned properly, I know I had the same problem. Setting a piece of foam rubber or something similar will stop the vibration before it gets to the snare. Let me know if this works for you. Joe.
Kevin, It was very cool to read about your ministry of writing worship music for your church. I've also been trying to do the same. (I've been too long out of the song writers saddle.) God bless you in all of your creativity! Nick
The reason for my interest is I played oboe in concert band. Switched from the snooty clarinet section and found a better fit behind 2 reeds instead of 1. Oh, and I played a mean bari sax in pep band. Woo hoo! Every worship team needs a bari sax player. lol
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