Jim has been in the music industry for more than 40 years. His professional career started in the mid-70s with guitar session work at various studios as well as club performances. He was signed to RCA Records and MCA Records as an artist in the early 80s.
Jim built Sabella Studios in 1980 and received independent and major label recognition with such platinum records as Public Enemy's It Takes a Nation of Millions to Hold Us Back in 1988 and Marcy Playground's self titled debut release in 1997.
Will is a producer and engineer with 10 years experience in both analog and digital recording.
Will's highly personable and individualized approach to the artists he works with has led to extremely satisfied clients, along with a dynamic catalog that spans many genres, recording techniques and production styles.
When you record with Will you can expect a fun, creative atmosphere with an extremely professional approach that allows artists to get the sound that they're looking for, in an environment that allows them to do their best work.
Matt started recording bands in middle school when he was lent a Tascam 4 track cassette recorder. After spending his high school years learning and upgrading his equipment, he landed at Five Towns College and eventually Sabella Studios.
Matt has been lucky enough to work with Jack Douglas (John Lennon, Aerosmith) Randy Blythe, Mike Portnoy, Alex Skolnick, Dave Ellefson and more.
David began engineering at 14 years old when he started recording friends and local bands. It wasn't long before people started asking to work with him due to his friendly and fun demeanor and ability to get exactly what his clients are looking for. In addition to engineering, David plays the guitar, bass, piano, and drums.
After graduating from Five Towns College with a degree in Business Management and a concentration in Audio Recording Technology, he spent most of his time here at Sabella Studios absorbing all the knowledge and experience of studio owner and producer Jim Sabella.