How To Use The OnSong App to Auto-Play (And Crossfade) Your Worship Pads

How To Use The OnSong App to Auto-Play (And Crossfade) Your Worship Pads

Do you like the idea of adding pads to your worship service but haven't figured out the right app or software to use them in?

Do you want to use an app that cross-fades from one pad to another?

Do you use your tablet for chord charts and want to trigger pads as well?

We filmed a tutorial to answer these questions and get you up & going with the OnSong app in less than 20 minutes.

By the end of this video, you'll be able to use your tablet for your chord charts, to automatically play the right pad, and to crossfade between pads when you go to your next chord chart.

Check out the video here and get crackin' with adding pads to your worship sound!




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