So today I have some time off and I though it would really be cool to do a #worshipleaderstools about a great app I use.

Our awesome team at Rhema South are always looking for tools to aid in the planning and leading of worship. This is one of a few tools in my arsenal.

OnSong is a terrific app for iOS that replaces the mess of paper and binders with performance-ready, interactive, digital chord charts on your mobile device. I saw this cool comment on a website and it said “Paper is for Dinosaurs”

You can use OnSong to:

Learn: As a church muso, you’re always learning. I hope we never get to a place where we think we have arraived. OnSong helps you in that process whether you’re a beginner or a seasoned professional.

Practice: We all know how long it takes before we ready to play a service. Work out those kinks and bumps and share your notes with band members to make sure you’re all on the same page for a Sunday or a service.

Manage: Managing your chord sheets just got a lot easier. You can now keep everything organized, categorized and instantly available at your fingertips. I find many times becasue I update and manage my song notes on a weekely bases, if I had to do a unplanned service or song. I’m ready for it. You can even write your own music in the app or import other formats and more.

Perform: Once the music starts, you don’t want to be fiddling with paper. Control the flow of music easily with OnSong by just touching the screen and it navigates to the next song sheet. The best part is when the app is open it never allows your mobile device to sleep or shutdown unless you like me and forget to charge your iPad.

So if you looking to replace your binders and papers this is the go to app.

Link to get the OnSong app

Enjoy and let me know what you think of this post! #worshipleaderstools

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