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6 responses to “How to Use Pads in Worship [Beginner’s Guide] + FREE Pads [All 12 Keys]”

  1. Using transposr.com (a free online tool sponsored by Planning Center online) the single-key free pads could be transposed to any other key — but you will want to clip the files first or your upload time is going to be LONG! There’s freeware online to clip the files to a more manageable length (that way they’ll fit onto your player as well). Microsoft has one here: https://www.microsoft.com/en-us/p/mp3-cutter/9wzdncrfjb3x?activetab=pivot%3aoverviewtab (for Windows 8 or higher platforms) and there are many others, check out the reviews at Cnet or other trusted sites before using though. Transposr you can trust though!

  2. Hi I was wondering how can you play pads to songs that your playing with a capo. It seems that all pads are in major keys.

  3. THANK YOU THANK YOU THANK YOU for your detailed post about how to do this! I wanted to add Pads in my worship but I thought I would need to learn how to play the keyboard to do it (or convince my children to learn to do this and help me) or wait until someone who can play the keyboard could join me. This is great!

    I really appreciate the links to the apps too so I can get started right now with trying. I am also going to download the free pad keys. Thank you so much.

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