LoopingWorship.com is a site dedicated to using and teaching others how to use loops in worship. There are some sites that teach, some that serve as loop repositories, and some that are blogs on loop ideas–LoopingWorship hopes to be all of these things and more.
What’s the deal with all the little loops icons everywhere?
So far, we have implemented a blog that features new loop additions, and a page showcasing all the loops we’ve received and reviewed. You can search for loops by artist, song name, and even key, and every loop will be displayed with options to download the Reason (rns), mp3, or other file, and a five-loop rating system will be used to rate the quality of the loop:
“Playability” of a loop means how easily the loop can be followed; if the song follows the structure of the recorded version or not, and how easy it blends with a standard 5-piece worship ensemble.
“Creativity” of a loop means how much poetic license the creator of the loop has taken; how different the instrumentation is, and how unique or different it sounds overall.
Finally, an overall review based on experience with the original song and the loop will be written in paragraph form–use these opinions as you see fit.
Who runs this place?
Glad you asked. We’re a group (sometimes two, sometimes more) of dudes who love God and love worshiping Him in new and exciting ways through music. We built LoopingWorship to help others find creative outlets for their ministry as well. LW is run by:
Can’t find something you need or want?
If you have or know of a loop that you’d like reviewed, send it to us! We usually review loops and tracks every day and will be able to post yours within a few days’ time.
If you would like us to post on a topic you’re interested in, let us know! You can email Nick at nick (at) loopingworship (dot) com.
Also, if you have something interesting to add, write it up as a guest post, and send it over. We love hearing others’ opinions and takes on using loops, and would be happy to post great content from other worship leaders.
Sing to him a new song; play skillfully, and shout for joy. –Psalm 33:3 NIV