We don't pipe in the Mo'Tab or any other recorded music, unless you are in a building that has a fancy organ that's pre-loaded with all the hymns, so that they can be played sans hands. Aside from a piano and an organ that is the extent of the musical instruments for regular musical worship. A violin, cello, or the rare flute may show up from time to time but you aren't going to see or hear a bass, a drum set, or an electric guitar.
Ours is a lay clergy and that extends to all who serve, so there is no paid music professional. All the music is provided by people who have a range of musical talent, from none to the truly professional. That's another reason why our services can be so interesting. We've been in services where the most joyous of hymns sounds like a funeral dirge/chant by depressed Gregorian friars and in others where each member of the congregation sounded as if they'd sung with the Mo'Tab for twenty years. It's made for some wonderful experiences over the years.
One in particular occurred in the last month of my mission more than twenty five years ago. I was finishing my service in Ft. Lauderdale, which, after twenty-plus months in Miami, was like being in another country. A country I didn't like, by the way. I missed Miami and its crazy something awful. The ward, or local congregation, that we'd been assigned to was a diverse one. We had Haitians, Latinos of all stripes, African Americans, and a lot of uptight white people. I loved it as soon as I walked in that first Sunday. Then I set eyes on the organist and the woman conducting the music and I knew it was going to be awesome.
I'm not sure that as a Church we are ready to bring in a house band. There is a time and a place for that and I don't want anything to distract from the purpose of the service, which is to remember the Savior's sacrifice and to renew the covenants made with Him. But I will always remember the wondrous spirit I felt all those years ago when I heard the "Spirit of God" reinterpreted in that meeting. It was pretty sweet. Music and the Spirit really does make for some sweet experiences. I'm glad to have had more than a few of those experiences in my life.