Don so when is the PA4x coming?... I know you'll be a happy camper when it does.. at this point it's not whats better between the sound & styles of the Yamaha vs Korg arrangers...it's all about the features, price,...& what works best for you navigationally for your needs as a player, ....
You bring up a funny point. I once played organ for church services and it was always a struggle to keep the people singing in time with the music. The minister finally told me to just keep playing and they would eventually catch on. They never did!
Loc: Los Angeles, CA
Well, now once I take off............they have to catch up to me, instead of the other way around....
I work the arrangement out so sometimes I will come back at the end of the tune and let the Congregational singing thing happen. I'm Contemporary, but I still know a few standards, but I change the feel and arrangement
I just put together for tomorrow. "Blessed Be Your Name", "How great is our God", "I give myself away", & "Shout to the Lord"....
Loc: N Fort Myers, FL, USA
My wife and I led worship with an arranger for years. We found that the key is to have a lead singer who keeps in time with you (of course that could be yourself) and the congregation will then follow the lead singer.
Edited by PraiseTheLord (12/26/1507:49 PM)
Graham, Korg Pa1000, Korg G1 Air, Countryman E6, Roland BA330, 2 x Roland CM-30, , Mackie SRM150