Beginning Again Service Opening Video + Death Was Arrested Chart Kit
This 7-minute video can be used to enhance the Easter or Good Friday services at your church—or for any other creative purpose. Preview the video by clicking here or using the link above. See the bottom of this page to watch how it was used at North Point Community Church in 2016.
HOW TO USE THIS PRODUCT
The files delivered with purchase of this product give you various options for how to use it in your church.
Option 1: Plug & Play
Video and music are provided together in one MOV file. Just load the file and hit play. This is a full studio mix, so no live musicians are required.
Option 2: Video + Live Band, 2-Channel
This option is for churches with 2-channel playback on their video system. It allows you to play the video and perform the music with a live band. Channel 1 (clicks & cues) routes to the band’s in-ear monitors while channel 2 (movie elements + band auxiliary tracks) routes to the front of house while the band plays on top of it. We have also included a downloadable version of the video with no background vocals.
Option 3: Video + Live Band, 8-Channel
This option is for churches with advanced production environments. Use the 8-channel file to play the video and perform the music with a live band. You will have full control over the audio mix (channels detailed below). We have also included a downloadable version of the video with no background vocals.
● 1/2 - PERCUSSION ELEMENTS
● 3/4 - ORCHESTRAL ELEMENTS + BACKGROUND VOCALS
● 5/6 - SOUND EFFECTS
● 7 - VOICEOVER
● 8 - CLICK & CUES
Please note that North Point cannot provide any technical support for use of this product.
● 1 Full Studio Mix Video File
● 1 Multi-Channel Layered Video File
● Chart Kit for “Death Was Arrested”
● Cello sheet music
DOWNLOADABLE PRODUCT INFO
All content is downloadable. Estimated download time with a high speed connection is 10-15 minutes.
SEE HOW IT WAS USED AT NORTH POINT
Watch the video below to see how this video and song were used in North Point’s Easter services in 2016.