Lynn Fuston was a junior in high school when he started recording the school choir. He had been singing his whole life but recognized the need to make better recordings. Following his passion, he journeyed to Nashville and started working in recording studios such as Sound Stage and the legendary former RCA Studio A on Music Row in the late 1970s. By his junior year in college, he was working full-time as a recording engineer and then at the age of 25 he designed and built Hummingbird Studio, which played an important role in the early days of Contemporary Christian Music in the '80s and '90s. In 2015, after two decades of freelance writing, he joined the Sweetwater Sound team in Fort Wayne, Indiana, as the Manager of Written Content.
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