Frequently Asked Questions

What level of multitrack experience do I need before taking the course?

None. We have something for everyone at every level. The more you know the more efficient you will work in creating your own multitrack and the easier the concepts will be to apply to your workflow but we created this course in mind for the absolute beginner to the expert! We go over all of the aspects of the needed technology and the programs that accompany them. We also go through the different recording techniques to recording different kinds of instruments so you can do it for yourself!

What if I use Logic?

In the course we build the multitrack in a DAW (Digital Audio Workstation) software called Pro Tools. We then play the multitrack in another DAW called Ableton Live. In the course we go through a brief tutorial on both programs for those starting out on Pro Tools or Ableton Live, but we tailored the course to be about universal concepts that can be applied to any DAW (Logic, FL Studio, Garageband, etc.) The course provides a framework for learning how to record layers and be creative with your multitrack which can be used across any DAW.

How much does it cost?

$99 for the course which includes a Course Workbook, Ableton and Pro Tools templates, Worship Drones, Recording Checklist, and more. View more info at the Buy Now page.

Why should I make my own multitracks?

The benefits are endless. You are free from the constraints of pre-made multitracks because you can create your own sounds and arrangements that are actually true to your church's sound, not somebody else's sound. We go into this in-depth in this blog; 4 Reasons Why You Should Create Your Own Multitracks

How Long Will the Course Take?

The course has 26 lessons on creating, recording, mixing and playing a custom multitrack. The course is taken at your own pace, you can start and stop as your schedule allows. There is no deadline to finish the course. Based on your skill level some sections of the course will be more time consuming than other sections.