A Little More About Stellar

Stellar Sound Labs was born out of Mark Scetta’s experience in music performance and production in New England, New York and California. My musical and technical background has translated to stages, recordings, TV shows, classrooms, and a book. There is nothing I love more than enabling artists to achieve their musical dreams.


When a mastering engineer understands and speaks to you in MUSICAL, not just technical, language, then getting the tone, dynamics, arrangement, etc. that you want is much easier. Ideas flow, and we can achieve a sound YOU love in the same way as say, a chef turns raw ingredients into food YOU will love.



Stellar was founded on these principles:


1. Sculpt the work toward the artist’s vision or aesthetic.
2. Design sonics and fidelity appropriate for the genre.
3. Put in positive, focused, creative energy.
4. Take care of all technical issues so the artist can relax.
5. Keep in mind the future context of the music.

How We Approach Your Work

I take your artistry seriously and I bring sensitivity and creative engineering decisions to your music.

My goal for you is to help you find your signature sound and take you to the next level of sonic fidelity.

I communicate with you in musical terms and I focus on realizing your vision.

I’m always looking for the best way to bring out the feeling and message of the song.

I’ll bring sensitivity, drama, presence, and excitement to your music.

I’m can help you with preparing for works registration, streaming, licensing, and duplication.

More About Mark

Since 2001, Mark has recorded, mixed, and mastered music for dozens of independent and signed musicians, co-published 5 sound libraries, designed & built studio gear, designed acoustics for many project studios, mixed sound for picture, and licensed his own original music to TV & film.


Today, Mark engineers all client work directly and continues to publish original commercial music. He is an adjunct instructor in the media department at New England Institute of Technology and a regular audio mentor. His 300-page primer on sound for picture, Gardner’s Guide to Audio Post-production, has helped thousands of readers do sound design for TV & movies.

I hope this inspires you to want to work with us. Please reach out anytime with questions!

Mark Scetta

Chief Engineer Mark Scetta’s earliest memories are playing records on a little portable orange record player, captivated by great arrangements of pop and r&b music.

record player

. . . . Just like mine!

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