Free MultiTrack: You (Bigger Than The Air I Breathe) by Tim Hughes

Our free MultiTrack for December is You (Bigger Than The Air I Breathe) by Tim Hughes and co-writers, Rob Hill and our very own Jon Mann Smith (Jon was one of Musicademy’s first guitar teachers). It’s a beautiful song that deserves to be better known.

It’s a very congregational, anthemic song and there’s also a Super Chord Chart to accompany the song. The chart follows our arrangement note-for-note.

Remember that you will need the Worship Backing Band PC/Mac MultiTrack Player or the new iPad MultiTrack Player to play the track.

Free MultiTrack: Giver of Life by Tim Hughes

free-multitracksOur free MultiTrack for November is Giver of Life by Tim Hughes. Many of the Musicademy team have played with Tim over the years from when he was starting out at Soul Survivor through to his roles at Holy Trinity Brompton and Worship Central. He is now the Rev Hughes and leads Gas Street Church in Birmingham

This is a great worship song that deserves to be better known. There’s also a Super Chord Chart to accompany the song. The chart follows our arrangement note-for-note.

Remember that you will need the Worship Backing Band MultiTrack Player to play the track

Use the free track on an iPad!!

Our new iPad Player is in the App Store! When you get your free MultiTrack you’ll get an iPad friendly version too.

You can find our more about the Player, and watch a longer video on our website.

FREE MultiTrack: Love Come Down (David Ruis and Eoghan Heaslip)

free-multitracksOur free MultiTrack for September is Love Come Down by David Ruis and Eoghan Heaslip.

This is a great worship song that deserves to be better known. There’s also a Super Chord Chart to accompany the song. The chart follows our arrangement note-for-note.

Remember that you will need the Worship Backing Band MultiTrack Player to play the track.

Our new iPad Player is about to launch – keep your eyes peeled on the App Store! You”ll get the iPad and the PC/Mac version of the MultiTrack to download.

Free MultiTrack: Matt Redman’s Beautiful News

Matt Redman Beautiful News Free multiTrackWe are delighted to offer you a free MultiTrack from Matt Redman for the month of September.

We’ve closely followed Matt Redman’s original album version for this track but in the more singable key of A. Click to download Beautiful News free-of-charge.

Remember that you will need the Worship Backing Band MultiTrack Player to play the track.

Free MultiTrack: Lead Me by Martin Smith (Delirious?)

free-multitracksCan you believe that Lead Me by Martin Smith is 23 years old?!

Released in 1994 and originating from a regular youth event, the Cutting Edge tapes were legendary in shaking up and refreshing worship music across the world. CCM magazine found that the band had “created a modern hymnody for generations raised on rock ‘n ‘roll”.

The band went on to become Delirious? and the rest is history but do enjoy this recording of Lead Me – a song that is still every bit as poignant and beautiful today as it was back then. It’s free for the month of August.

Remember that you will need the Worship Backing Band MultiTrack Player to play the track.

Free MultiTrack: Oh Praise Him by David Crowder

Oh Praise Him (All This For a King) from David Crowder’s fantastic Illuminate album is such a treat.

We’ve recorded it in the more congregational key of Bbut there is also an EveryKey chord chart if you want to play it in the original key (of course you can use our MultiTrack Player to change the key for the backing track).

The MultiTrack is available free-of-charge for the month of July. Thanks to Capitol CMG for granting the rights to the free use.

Remember that you will need the Worship Backing Band MultiTrack Player to play the track.

Free MultiTrack and Chord Chart: Nothing But Glory

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Nothing But Glory is a great new worship song by Michael Farren, Tony Wood, Johan Asgarde, Oliver Lundstrum.

The theme explores being captivated by God’s presence and works really well for services focusing on intimacy with God. The production is a treat too, going all the way from pop based electronic sounds to acapela moments and because we have it as our free track of the month in MultiTrack format, it’s perfect for integrating with your worship bands and teams.

There’s also a free simple chord chart to go with the song.

Remember that you will need the Worship Backing Band MultiTrack Player to play the track.

FREE Tim Hughes MultiTrack: We Must Go (God of Justice)

free-multitracksThe free MultiTrack for April is the Tim Hughes classic We Must Go (God of Justice).

Written back in 2005 after a Tear Fund trip to Tanzania where Tim and his wife met Joyce, a woman who walked all night, every night, to fetch water for her family, this beautiful song is a stirring reminder that God is not interested in our worship if we fail to first serve the poor.

Remember that you will need the Worship Backing Band MultiTrack Player to play the track.

There is also an EveryKey Chord Chart available which follows our arrangement of the song note-for-note.

Free MultiTrack and chord chart: Heaven’s Declaration

free-multitracksThis month’s free MultiTrack is Heavens Declaration, a wonderful pop based worship song with some unusual and refreshing chord changes that works great in MultiTrack format alongside a live band. It’s written by Mark Alan Schoolmeesters , Johan Åsgärde, Oliver Lundström and Chase Wagner (who also wrote last months free track). This is the second offering from Common Exchange, which is an online platform for songs from a growing movement that emphasizes the priesthood of all believers; that the church is a community in which everyone has a part to play, a story to tell and an idea to share. This movement is beginning to yield a growing community of worship leaders, songwriters and producers that have a desire to create worship songs that work well in smaller communities, meaning that production serves the song and not the other way around.

Familiar names on the site are United Pursuit, Aaron Keyes, Micah Massey and Stuart Townend but there are plenty of other contributors worth watching out for too including a few Brits like Matthew Macauley and even Musicademy regular, Matt Weeks.

Check out Common Exchange for the story of the song, as well as lyrics and a free downloadable chord chart.