CHIBUIKE OKEY - I BELIEVE IN YOU. ft Plan B [prod by Legacy}

The brand new single from the stable of The Empire Of David's Musical Artist  "CHIBUIKE OKEY" An exceptional Gospel music minister whom in his few years in the ministry have touch and transformed lives ..
In a bid to inculcate love and trust in the heart of men to decease from doubt and fainting in trust God he created this song"I BELIEVE IN YOU" to encourage everyone every where to believe in God whole heartedly.. Chibuike Okey is Based in Abuja Nigeria and he is a selfless christian whom  has dedicated his all to God .. To know much more about him you can follow him on his social media platforms. facebook :- Chibuike okey google :- chibuike okey Instagram :- @chibuikeokey twitter :- @davideva94 whatsapp :- +2348134055653 you can always get his songs here at .

[music lesson] Mixing Bass Guitar – A Bass Tone Tutorial

Mixing Bass Guitar – A Bass Tone Tutorial Hello my fellow readers, welcome to the mixing bass guitar tutorial, today I’ll show you my personal way of how to mix a bass guitar, EQ, Compress it and shape it to the needs of your mix.
Since low end can handle lots of processing, we are able to use heavy compression, multiple layers, different ampsims for some grit, even Melodyne (trust me on this) to create a fantastic bass tone and make others wonder how you get that kind of bass sound.
I use this kind of technique mostly on Modern mixes rather than old-school songs. This isn’t the only way to mix bass. It’s 1 way to mix bass and my preferred one.
Also, feel free to check out my whole Full Signal Chains For Each Instrument Series.
Let’s get started!

Note:As always, when I share my chains – settings, I advise you to bypass the plugins to actually hear if you’re improving the sound or not. Sometimes, out of the 5-6 plugins I recommend, 3 or 4 might be enough for your mix. This entirely…

Christmas is an accommodation !!!!!

The first Christmas is God adapting to humanity. Representatives of Church-world like to talk about adjusting our attitudes and behaviors to God. But Christmas is an accommodation. Accommodation overcomes distance.
Thank you for being my friend: Accommodation allows relationship. Yesterday I said, “Thank you for being my friend,” to a long-time friend. It struck me thathe accommodates me. I like to think that I accommodate him. It feels superior. The uncomfortable truth is, he puts up with me. “Putting up with” is a less comfortable expression for accommodation.  The people around you put up with your irritating qualities, perhaps more than you would like to acknowledge. They make adjustments for your strengths, weaknesses, and quirks. Lasting relationships smell of accommodation. On the other hand, when accommodation dies, so do relationships. The language of accommodation includes: Celebration of difference. You don’t have to be like me for us to have a relationship.Compassion for struggle. S…


The most dangerous enemies of organizational vitality live inside your organization. They laugh when you stumble and hand you rocks when you’re down.

Some beasts lurk in shadows. You don’t see them coming unless you’ve learned to smell their stench or feel their presence. But your most deadly enemies smile and bleed you slowly. They walk in the open and nod when you pass.  Your enemy wants your worst, even if he’s smiling. 4 Enemies of vitality:#1. Distrust: the enemy of relationship The way to defeat distrust is to build trust. Apologize and make offenses right. You aren’t so magnificent as to never offend. Perhaps you’re negative when you should be affirming.Speak openly. Avoid secrets. Transparency defeats distrust.Own hard truths. The enemies of vitality smile at cowardly avoidance. You can’t trust leaders who make light of difficult situations.Vibrant organizations are safe. #2. Disrespect: the devaluing of others

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Ten steps to doing less and getting more done

You’re stressed out and over worked because it takes skill and courage to delegate effectively. You’ve reached your highest potential, if you’re maxed out and you refuse to delegate.
10 reasons delegating is difficult:
You’re a control freak. (Control freaks become leaders. Many stay that way.)You worry about results.You wonder if they’ve thought through their decision.You stew over follow-through. You don’t want to meddle, but you wonder if they’re on track.You can do it better than others.You enjoy the job you need to pass off.You overthink what could go wrong.You’re compassionate. What if you burnout team members?You’re a glory hound. It’s difficult to let others shine.It’s faster to just do it yourself. (At least in the short-term.)Leaders who struggle to delegate anticipate resistance, but often encounter enthusiasm. 10 steps to doing less and getting more done:Clarify the situation.Explain that you need their help.Make it about them. “I’d like to expand your role?”Discuss why it mat…