Pete Brower
  • 56, Male
  • Jacksonville, Florida
  • United States
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Started this discussion. Last reply by Andy Crockford Feb 10, 2013. 18 Replies

Song Keys - One more time

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Pete Brower replied to Greg Moore's discussion 'Out-of-the-Box instrumentation'
"just saw davidcrowder and he led some great worship with a guitar, banjo, upright bass, and violin. the banjo actually worked well.  "
Mar 17, 2013
Stevo replied to Pete Brower's discussion 'Contemporary worship piano... Acoustic or Electronic?'
"Agreed - $1500 is silly and your sound guy was trying to make money. You can mic a piano with a Shure SM57 ($90) over standard XLR cable ($40) into your existing PA. I've never liked boundary mics - small diaphragm condensors have always been…"
Feb 23, 2013
Pete Brower replied to Pete Brower's discussion 'Contemporary worship piano... Acoustic or Electronic?'
"Thank you!  If we end up acoustic this will make it much more useful."
Feb 22, 2013
Pete Brower replied to Pete Brower's discussion 'Contemporary worship piano... Acoustic or Electronic?'
"That's a very good question.  I'll probe that further.  She likes hymns and choral music but also very much likes contemporary music and services.  I think she doesn't like electronics.  When we moved into our new…"
Feb 22, 2013
Wulf Forrester-Barker replied to Pete Brower's discussion 'Contemporary worship piano... Acoustic or Electronic?'
"... but you've already told us that you can't hear it half the time. Does his wife prefer quieter services or is it the psycho-acoustic effect she is hankering after? That is a fairly pointed question but it might be worth checking that…"
Feb 22, 2013
Wulf Forrester-Barker replied to Pete Brower's discussion 'Contemporary worship piano... Acoustic or Electronic?'
"You probably want a PZM-type mic (see: http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/PZM_%28microphone%29). They aren't the cheapest of mics but $1,500 sounds way too much. Try $200 as a more reasonable sounding ball park figure (eg.…"
Feb 22, 2013
Pete Brower replied to Pete Brower's discussion 'Contemporary worship piano... Acoustic or Electronic?'
"He doesn't always play both instruments at the same time.  Depending on the song and effects he wants he will often play mostly on the piano with both hands then reach over to the Korg during part of a song to add some pads, bagpipes,…"
Feb 22, 2013
Pete Brower replied to Pete Brower's discussion 'Contemporary worship piano... Acoustic or Electronic?'
"So, that brings up another question.  You are right in that the piano acoustic sound is getting lost in the mix of all the amplified instruments.  We talked to our A/V company about getting it mic'ed and run into the sound board.…"
Feb 22, 2013

Profile Information

Home Church:
River of Life UMC
Musical Gift(s):
Acoustic guitar, Electric guitar, Bass guitar, Lead vocals, leading worship
About Me:
My education and career has been in the field of computer software engineering. However my real passions are worshiping God through contemporary Christian music, working with youth, and serving through mission and outreach ministries. I have been a part of the River of Life and their music ministry since 2001 and am very excited to be leading our congregation in worship.
Favorite Music:
Hymns, Contemporary, and Rock. I spend most of my time leading with music by Chris Tomlin, David Crowder, Matt Redman, Hillsong, Charlie Hall, Jeremy Camp, MercyMe, Casting Crowns, Sonic Flood, Jami Smith, Brandon Heath, Israel Houghton, Paul Baloche, Third Day, and starting to move into Starfield, Storyside:B, Disciple, Skillet, Pillar, Kutless, Lincoln Brewster, Michael Gungor,
Favorite Bible Verses / Passages:
Make my heart steadfast, O God; That I may sing and make music with all my soul. For your love is great, higher than the heavens; your faithfulness reaches to the skies. Help me to praise you, O LORD, among the nations; Help me to sing of you among the people. Be exalted, O God, and let your glory be over all the earth. -- psalm 108:1-5

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At 4:18pm on May 26, 2009, Daniel said…
Hey Pete
need a website for ur church or ministry.. visit us at www.camnio.com
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At 9:11pm on April 4, 2009, Al Harris said…
I keep returning to your incident in the park. I believe we all need more experiences like that. They are the moments we remember and treasure long after we have forgotten last year's Sunday services. Just sitting in the rain, listening to the wind in the trees and the patter of raindrops, reflecting on how great and how close our Creator is. But how many of us plan moments like that? And has it inspired you to do anything similar since?
At 9:33pm on March 2, 2009, Cindy Wright said…
Hi Pete: I'm a singer/songwriter/Acoustic Guitarist from California. I compose all my own original works by the help of the Lord. I have been living for God since I was 18...and I am now 47 just like you!! Wow! Anyways, I am Majoring in music at College...I use to work in the advertising/marketing field for a newspaper but decided to follow my true passion...MUSIC~~ I hope to get my material copyrighted soon and my dream is to one day record my stuff and put out a CD. Alot of people say my material sounds like Amy Grant mixed with Allison Krauss with a folk/jazz flair. I have been into Steven Curtis Chapman, 4-Him, Amy Grant, Hillsongs, Israel, Jars of Clay....I believe that God sets us up and God brings us down...I want to lift him up in everything I do! Hope we can connect musically...let me know what ideas you have...I am open to new worship materials, vocals, etc... God bless, Cindy (Guitar Lady) check out my site on Worship the Rock (sorry I am new to site and don't have a photo posted yet.)
At 4:44pm on January 29, 2009, eyelashes said…
HI PETE,
THANKS FOR THE COMMENT,

MAY GOD BLESS YOU:)
At 1:41am on December 20, 2008, Elman Authement said…
I had the same problem with my guitar teacher giving me zz top licks to go home and practice...didn't happen.
At 9:46pm on December 19, 2008, Elman Authement said…
I find secular music shallow and lacking Thank you Mr. Brower. I've been saved almost 30 years and have never had to lean on secular music for any inspiration to write music. Although my music may have some similar sounds to secular in someone's opinion (because somewhere along the way, we all sound like someone) I've always been inspired to write while listening to other Christian artists, not secular. blessings, elman
At 9:11pm on December 17, 2008, Joseph Roth said…
Way cool. Arizona is very different alright. I hope you made it to the Grand Canyon. I like the North rim as apposed to the South, not as many people, and a prettier drive.
At 8:54pm on December 17, 2008, Joseph Roth said…
Just thought I'd stop and say hi. Nice to see another guitar picker here. And a worship leader. Merry Christmas. Joe.
At 10:57pm on December 11, 2008, Kevin Kosoris said…
hello from texas! i got a glimpse of your wisdom through your description of your worship practices...might shoot you a question or two about that if its ok!

-Kevin
At 3:35pm on November 17, 2008, Bishop.JACOB.C.CHACKO said…


PRAISE THE LORD WHO MADE US FRIENDS THAT WE TOGETHER WORSHIP THE LORD
DAISY AND JACOB
WE ARE INDEED IN NEED OF YOUR PRAYERS
 
 
 

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