Loops: All My Fountains (Passion 2011)

Hey Gang,

Monday I posted on our “Worship Confessional” video that we’d introduced the new song by Chris Tomlin, Nathan and Christy Nockels & Company from the Passion 2011 CD, “All My Fountains”.

Although I wasn’t there for the live recording of Passion 2011, I was present at the “Lift” event last month and experienced this song for the first time and loved it.

Our debut of this song at SSCC was extremely well-received.  I’d like to share the click-track and loop that I made for this song with you.  Enjoy!

Our Arrangement in Key of D.

*acapella Chorus intro – then start loop
*Segue, VS1, Chorus, Segue, VS2, Chorus, Segue, Bridge (4x), Chorus, Acapella Chorus, Tag

Instruments we used “LIVE” that are NOT on the click:  Acoustic (open tuned to D), 2nd Acoustic, Mandolin and Hammer Dulcimer, Bass, and Live Drums.

Instruments in the Loop:
Spoken Guide
Stylus RMX Loops
Tambourine Loops
Clap Track
Organ Track
Piano Pad Guide Track

CLICK and SPOKEN GUIDE:  Panned Left
INSTRUMENTS:  Panned Right

Download the loop.

If you use it, let me know how you like it!

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16 comments on “Loops: All My Fountains (Passion 2011)

  1. Chris says:

    Great job, Fred! This sounds awesome.

  2. Seriously, man. Great work! I think Passion needs to get a hold of this 🙂

  3. Tyler Braun says:

    This is great Fred. We just decided to do this song at the end of our Easter gatherings. We were going to do it in the original key of E but this might make us go down to D. Great job Fred! Thanks for sharing the resource.

    1. I think D is much better, personally. E kinda makes you pop some blood vessels 🙂

      1. David/Tyler,
        Yeah – i agree … E is very high – your melody is hitting F# and higher … I’d suggest giving your folks optional parts … I actually “taught” the parts to our congregation like a choir practice before we sang it, and they loved it.

  4. Conner Byrd says:

    Wow Fred, that loop is AMAZING!
    I’m really surprised to hear…well I don’t know what it is but that progressive sweet shuffle drum beat driving the entire time. I’m only familiar with the live Passion version which is real acoustic until the end. It looks like you’re playing with some fun acoustic instruments as well. How does that drum beat incorporate with your real drummer? Know what…I’m going to go watch the video 🙂

    Great track again btw!

    1. Conner,
      I’m a goober teaching it to our congregation, but the response was overwhelming. I don’t mind being a Goober if it draws them in.

      That loop you here is from my favorite plugin, Stylus RMX, from Spectrasonics.


  5. Conner Byrd says:

    Um…Fred…I noticed the click count ins are in the Left channel here and in Hosanna they’re in the Right…Fred…you’re killing me 🙂
    But you’re still the man!

  6. Daryl Goard says:

    We started doing this song a couple of weeks ago and I just found out today who it is! Great tune!

  7. Tom Pryor says:

    Hey Fred,

    i like the loop a lot.  Did you by chance use Reason to create it?  If yes, do you think i could have the .rns?  I’m going to be introducing the song at my church and that would rock.Let me know, thanks!

    Tom Pryor

    1. fmckinnon says:

      Hi Tom,
      I created it in Logic, and then exported it over to Ableton Live. I’ve never used Reason, but get lots of requests for Reason files!

      1. tom pryor says:

        Ok.  No prob.  I’ll use the mp3.  thanks again!  

  8. Cole Jennette says:

    Love it. I would say it’d be nice to have it in an rns or logic file.  I’m looking to do it with an acoustic team and there are some parts I’d love to cut or simplify.  But hey, beggars can’t be choosers. Thanks for being willing to share your hard work.

  9. Nate says:

    Hey Fred! My name is Nate, and I LOVE this loop for this song! We are having a night of worship soon and I would love to use this loop at my church! Is there anyway you could remove the keys/organ (so we can use different keys) and the spoken guide? Please let me know! Such good work!

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