Wednesday, July 16, 2008

Re-harmonizing the oldie "He is Lord"

This is a simple re-harmonization exercise done in one of our Jazz Harmony classes. Can anyone explain why E MI7 is used as the first chord when the key is F major? Re-harmonization like these are taught in GSUS Jazz Harmony Level 2.

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Sunday, July 13, 2008

Participants Comments on Sound Engineering Level 1 July 2008

3 Students have successfully completed GSUS Sound Engineering Level1 July 2008. They are Barry Lee (KL), Chong Chee Kim (Malacca) and Peter Looi (Senai). GSUS wishes them blessings as they bring the knowledge back to their home churches to improve the worship ministry.

" The level 1 SE course has many advantages. Fundamentals were covered, from theory to hands on practical. Assembling the sound system according to signal flow chart helped me a lot. Every major part of the sound system was covered in an easy to understand lecture. Sound is not just a screwdriver ministry but it demands sacrifice. A value for money course."

Peter Looi
Calvary Charismatic Centre, Senai

"I've learned much from this course. It gives me the confidence to troubleshoot the problems we have with our church system. Thanks to Timothy and I'm looking forward to the next course!"

Chong Chee Kim, Malacca

Saturday, July 12, 2008

Tim.L Interview On Star

NOTE: If the video is jerky, wait until it is fully downloaded, rewind to the beginning and play again

Many know GSUS as a sound system consulting and supply company. To others we sell music instrument. While both statements are true, we also have an active division conducting music training. Among our popular courses are:

*Jazz Harmony and using jazz techniques in worship

*Sound Engineering


For our list of other music courses click here

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