Most fans of Christian music need no introduction to Lincoln Brewster. One of the hottest singer/guitarist/worship leaders in the genre, Brewster has six award-winning solo albums on the Integrity Music record label and has worked with many of Christian music’s finest talents, including Michael W. Smith and Darrell Evans. An accomplished recording/mixing engineer and producer, Brewster recorded his most recent three solo albums, as well as many songs featured on Christian compilation albums, in his home studio, using PreSonus gear.
“I recorded every single track of my last three albums through the DigiMax 96k,” says Brewster. “All of my vocals, guitars, drums, bass—everything. The DigiMax 96k gives me pristine audio quality and everything I need. I love having a limiter on every channel to prevent any possibility of clipping. It just sounds great.”
PreSonus’s Central Station is another Brewster favorite. “The thing I love about the Central Station is that it is completely transparent,” he explains. ”The audio quality is fabulous. In addition to using my Central Station with the control-room speakers, I ran one set of outputs to my garage so that I can hook my system up to my car stereo, because to me that is the ultimate test.”
Currently in residence as a worship pastor at Bayside Church in Sacramento, California, Brewster’s latest release on Integrity Music, “Today is the Day,” reached #1 in the Christian and Gospel genre on iTunes in September 2008.
You can listen to “Today is the Day” and enjoy an interview with Lincoln Brewster in the Professional Users section of PreSonus’s Web site.