Essential Worship’s One Sonic Society (OSS) released their latest project and first live recording, ‘Live At The Tracking Room,’ via digital music outlets on 17th July during the Worship Leader Conference in Kansas City, Ks. The album assembled worship leaders from across the country to participate in recording both songs that have recently penetrated the church worship movement, as well as several new songs. All songs on ‘Live At The Tracking Room’ were either written or co-written by OSS members, Jason Ingram, Stu G. and Paul Mabury.
Produced by One Sonic Society, ‘Live At The Tracking Room’ captures a live worship experience from the place OSS spends most of its time – the studio – producing not only its own albums but others in the worship and CCM community. The album assembled worship leaders from across the country including Vertical Church Band (the worship team from Harvest Bible Chapel), Tim Timmons and Mia Fieldes to name a few. In all, there were 53 worship leaders present, representing more than 40 churches on the recording.
The album also includes three songs recorded for the first time by OSS.
‘Live At The Tracking Room’ was also filmed in its entirety via an eight-camera shoot; hence the video will be shared at worship conferences and online worship outlets. Individual song videos will be rolled out by means of a YouTube and Vevo campaign beginning later this month.
‘Live At The Tracking Room’ will be available at physical retail outlets 2nd Oct. At that time the digital, long form video will be available at iTunes.
One Sonic Society comprises producer-songwriters Jason Ingram, Stu G. and Paul Mabury. Together, they have written some of the biggest worship songs in the church today and have individually produced some of the biggest artists in CCM and worship music.
One Sonic Society (OSS) was born in 2008, as Jason, Stu and Paul collaborated with the intention of writing and recording great new worship songs, encouraging worship leaders, and unifying the global worship community. Their song ‘Forever Reign’ is now a staple in churches (No. 32 CCLI chart) and a mainstay at Christian radio.