10 huge new MultiTracks and Split Tracks


Brand new release of 10 huge new MultiTracks and Split Track backing tracks.

Listen to audio samples from each song in the video below.

As always we’ve tried to ensure the songs are suitable for congregations to sing whilst retaining all the essential elements of the original or popular arrangements. Here’s the info about our approach to each song:

  • The Same Jesus – Matt Redman
    A fun up-tempo praise song from well-known worship leader and songwriter, Matt Redman. This contemporary style song arrangement is a step lower than the original key for easy congregational singing.
  • Graves Into Gardens – Elevation
    Originally written and recorded by worship leader, Brandon Lake, this powerful worship anthem will bring your congregation to their feet and singing at the top of their lungs in praise. This arrangement has been transposed down from the original Elevation Worship Live version to better fit congregational voices.
  • The Blessing – Elevation
    A congregationally friendly arrangement and key of the popular worship song from Elevation Worship, Kari Jobe, and Cody Carnes. Features a simplified melody demo and a shortened song length from the original.
  • Your Name is Power – Rend Collective
    This is a key-friendly arrangement both for instruments and congregational singing, while still following the driving up-tempo feel of the original version.
  • Another in the Fire – Hillsong
    This arrangement is based on the “Studio” version from Hillsong UNITED featuring TAYA. The musical arrangement follows the original closely, but includes a simplified melody demo making it easier for a congregation to follow.
  • The Way (New Horizon) – Pat Barrett
    This arrangement of Pat Barrett’s “The Way” is closely based on the original, even keeping the same congregationally friendly key.
  • The Father’s House – Cory Asbury
    From the same songwriter who wrote and recorded “Reckless Love,” this new Bethel Music Collective song has been a hit on Christian radio, and will be a great addition for your worship team or as special music.
  • Battle Belongs – Bethel
    This song is another huge hit by Christian singer songwriter, Phil Wickman and is sure to be a staple praise song along side his well-known song, “This is Amazing Grace.” The arrangement has been transposed to fit most voices, but stays true to the original recording.
  • Raise a Hallelujah – Bethel
    This popular praise song works great as a “call and response” song between male and female vocals. The arrangement follows the original closely, but is in a more congregationally friendly key.
  • Way Maker – Leeland
    Way Maker has been recorded and arranged by a multitude of artists including Michael W. Smith and Mandisa. This arrangement is based on the Leeland version, but has been shortened slightly and transposed for better congregational singing.

About the musicians behind these tracks

For this batch of backing tracks we’ve been working with a US-based producer, Shawn Thomas. They’ve got a more American feel to the sound and we are delighted with how they have come out. Read more about the musicians below.

Shawn Thomas Studios – (vocals, instruments, production)

Shawn Thomas is a Christian singer/songwriter and worship leader based in South Florida. He began his production and recording training in 1990 under Jeff Peters of Chateau Productions (Dallas/LA), and later graduated from Middle Tennessee State University with a BA in Music Industry and Recording Industry Management. He has been a voting member of the Grammy National Academy of Recording Artists and Sciences, and is a writer/publisher member of ASCAP and CCLI. Shawn is a Pride in the Arts Awards recipient for Producer of the Year.

Shanti Lashae – (vocals)

Shanti is a Christian/inspirational singer/songwriter whose talents also include playing drums and guitar.

Brian Ladd – (vocals)

Brian is a powerful vocalist with decades of service as a worship leader and pastor in various South Florida congregations.