Friday, November 14, 2008

For This Cause

For This Cause : Hillsong Live WorshipA worship song by Hillsong. It speaks of the our desire to want to live for God, to yearn for more of Christ to be in our lives. Such is the transforming work of the Holy Spirit in our lives. Nothing else can cause us to want God more, than when the Spirit works in us to cause our eyes to be open to God's glory in Christ, the One and Only (John 1:14).





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FOR THIS CAUSE – Hillsong
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Tabbed by: Graham Choo
Email: da_tweens@yahoo.co.uk

Tuning: Standard
Intro:
   Dm  Bb  F   Dm  Bb  F
e|-1---1---1---1---1---1-----------------------------------------|
B|-3---1---1---3---1---1-----------------------------------------|
G|-2---3---2---2---3---2-----------------------------------------|
D|-0---3---3---0---3---3-----------------------------------------|
A|-----1-----------1---------------------------------------------|
E|---------------------------------------------------------------|

Verse:
   Dm  Bb  F   Dm  Bb  F   Dm  Bb  F   Eb  Bb  F   Eb  Bb  C
e|-1-------1---1-------1---1-------1-------6---1-------6---0-----|
B|-3---1---1---3---1---1---3---1---1---6---6---1---6---6---1-----|
G|-2---3---2---2---3---2---2---3---2---8---7---2---8---7---0-----|
D|-0---3---3---0---3---3---0---3---3---8---8---3---8---8---2-----|
A|-----1-----------1-----------1-------6---8-------6---8---3-----|
E|-----------------------------------------6-----------6---------|

Verse

Chorus:
   F   Bb  Dm  Bb  F   Bb  Dm  Bb
e|-1-------5-------1-------5-------------------------------------|
B|-1---1---6---1---1---1---6---1---------------------------------|
G|-2---3---7---3---2---3---7---3---------------------------------|
D|-3---3---7---3---3---3---7---3---------------------------------|
A|-----1---5---1-------1---5---1---------------------------------|
E|---------------------------------------------------------------|

Intro

Verse

Chorus 2x

Interlude:
   F  Am7  Dm  Bb  F  Am7  Dm  Bb
e|-1---0---1-------1---0-------1---------------------------------|
B|-1---1---3---1---1---1---1---1---------------------------------|
G|-2---0---2---3---2---0---3---2---------------------------------|
D|-3---2---0---3---3---2---3---3---------------------------------|
A|-----0-------1-------0---1-------------------------------------|
E|---------------------------------------------------------------|

Bridge:
   F  Am7  Dm  Bb  F  Am7  Dm  Bb
e|-1---0---1-------1---0-------1---------------------------------|
B|-1---1---3---1---1---1---1---1---------------------------------|
G|-2---0---2---3---2---0---3---2---------------------------------|
D|-3---2---0---3---3---2---3---3---------------------------------|
A|-----0-------1-------0---1-------------------------------------|
E|---------------------------------------------------------------|

Bridge

Chorus

Bridge

| /  slide up
| \  slide down
| h  hammer-on
| p  pull-off
| ~  vibrato
| +  harmonic
| x  Mute note

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1 comment:

Michael said...

Hey man, I gotta say, I'm impressed with your playing.

You mentioned on your youtube channel that you're thinking of getting some equipment to record with. Check out the MXL 990, some of the cheap ribbon mics available now, or even a shotgun mic. You'll probably want something that can function well as a room mic if you want to be able to just place your mic in the room and hit record. A lot of mics don't do well in that regard.

As for mixers, Behringer makes some good entry-level models, the Xeynx series and the UB series. Make sure you get one with a tape ouput (RCA, line level) if you want to run it into your computer sound card. If you want to input via USB or Firewire, I don't know enough to tell you.

You can hear the overall sound of a shotgun mic here at a video a friend made of me playing:

http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=0J3rJ7gjW7A

Oh, shoot: mics. The MXL 990 and other condenser mics run on phantom power so be sure to get a mixer that provides phantom power. Ribbon mics are very fragile, so if you want a mic you can beat up and not have to worry about, ribbon is not for you. They're totally fascinating mics, but they require a lot more time and understanding to use. Most regular dynamic mics, like the shure sm57 and sm58 will get the job done for you, they just don't work as well in room micing situations. Overall I recommend the MXL 990 or 770. You get a lot but you only pay a little. (about $100USD) Don't forget to factor in stands, cables, etc. in your cost. Don't buy the cheapest cables either. Buy a Whirlwind of something similar. No need to let a sales guy convince you to buy a Mogami or anything like that, just don't buy cheap cabling if you can avoid it. It can sound bad, and have all kinds of problems that you'll never figure out are in the cabling.

Cheers, and drop a line anytime:
mprewettmusic@gmail.com