David Baroni

Songwriter, musician, artist, producer, worship leader, author and speaker.

David 1David Baroni is a songwriter, musician, artist, producer, worship leader, author and speaker. He has been involved in Christian worship music for 34 years.
As a songwriter for Word Music, Integrity Music and his own ministry, Kingdomsongs Inc., David’s songs have been recorded and performed by Michael W. Smith, Don Moen, Ron Kenoly, Debby Boone, Alvin Slaughter, Selah, Natalie Grant, Morris Chapman, Sheila Walsh, Paul Wilbur, The Imperials, The Mighty Clouds of Joy and many others. His songs have also been featured in several hymnals.

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Power Music Essentials – our free edition of Power Music for Windows

Today we are releasing the first major update to Power Music Essentials since its launch over two years ago.

essCambron’s free Power Music Essentials was released in March 2014. It has been incredibly successful with thousands of users being introduced to Power Music through this free edition. Essentials is not a “trial” version of Power Music it is a fully functional digital music display system for personal use. However, what Essentials doesn’t have is the incredible feature set of its “big brother” edition, Power Music Professional.

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What is Power Music Box?

Power Music Box Banner3Power Music Box is cloud storage which is used for integrating all editions of Power Music.

It is unique in that it does not simply store files, like DropBox and others, but instead stores the content and metadata (authors, categories, titles, etc) of each ‘song’ in Power Music.

We get many questions about the Box, so this article will put together the information from the Power Music Box website to give a comprehensive explanation of what the Box is and how to use it.

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The big question a band needs to ask before deciding to “Go Digital”

It was interesting to see that the band in “The Voice” – BBC’s talent show – now use digital music display when performing live.front page book

Like “The Voice” band,  increasing number of bands, groups and ensembles with 2 – 10 musicians and singers are looking at ways of moving from paper based music to digital music display.  Many of the enquiries we get here at Cambron are from church worship bands, but “Going Digital” is something all bands that play from paper music are considering. We have had enquiries from cruise ship bands, wedding bands, backing bands, cabaret bands, tribute groups as well as classical string quartets and wind ensembles to name but a few.

This article is designed to help you decide on the best setup for your band or group to make the move from paper to digital.

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Laurent Calomne

This month we are delighted to feature Laurent Calomne from Sombreffe, Belgium. A classically trained musician who now plays percussion and clarinet in a variety of bands. Laurent bought a MusicOne CV from our reseller SightRead and it has revolutionised how he displays his music when performing.

Laurent uses the 24 inch touchscreen MusicOne system running Power Music Professional when performing.

He is in a number of bands playing rock, blues, reggae and disco. He also teaches music theory, drums, percussion, clarinet, saxophone and CAM (Computer Aided Music).

His band websites: Just Swing and Zapmusic

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Original Kösslbachtaler

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It is with great pleasure we introduce to you Hannes Stadler and his Austrian band Original Kösslbachtaler. We just love Austria so we are delighted to feature Johannes Stadler (or to give him his stage name “Hannes”) as our “Musician of the Month”.

The Original Kösslbachtaler is an Austrian band who perform at wedding receptions and tent festivals. Visit their website here Original Kösslbachtaler.

Kösslbachtaler first started using Power Music way back in 2013. Lois (AKA Alois Stadler), bought Power Music and started setting up a multi-screen band setup, first with three screens then eventually using six screens.

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Scott Schreiber – Still Rocking!

This month we are crossing the Atlantic to meet Scott Schreiber from Gilbert, Arizona. Scott’s story is inspiring and shows the power of music – how grabbing your instrument and getting out there and gigging keeps the fun in your life!

Scott plays with The Triplicity Band www.thetriplicityband.com. Formed in 2015, The Triplicity Band has already become a recognized name in the East Valley 55+ communities.

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