Chapman Recording & Mastering

Broadcast and Corporate Production -

Chapman Recording and Mastering has four decades of broadcast and corporate production experience.

Our award wining staff is dedicated to delivering superior service and exceptional quality.

Our knowledge of various playback and delivery formats will guarantee your message gets through loud and clear.

We provide flexible scheduling and quick delivery of all our services via two state of the art studios in a "living room" environment.

Chapman Recording and Mastering has been presented numerous local, regional and national awards including the Emmy, Omni, Namma, ITVA and Silver Microphone.

Audio for video
Broadcast production
Source Connect & phone patch services
Audio for web & phone systems
Jingle & soundtrack production
Voice over talent casting
Same day CD duplication

Our space is available for
video shoots. Standard rates apply.

For more information call

8805 Monrovia Street
Lenexa, Ks. 66215 (A Suburb of Kansas City, Mo.)

William Shatner For Priceline
Actor and producer William Shatner was in Studio B with engineer Neil Simpson recording voice overs for "Priceline" commericals. Mr. Shatner was in town for the American Royal. We have worked with Mr Shatner before and find him to be a true professional with great range and skill.

Murray in for Disney Project
Actor and Voice talent Brian Doyle Murray was in Studio B working with engineer Neil Simpson. The character voice session was for a Disney project.

MATCH CAN BOOM - Convention Opening Song
Kansas Cities own sucessful songwriter, performer and producer Kathryn Lorenzen tracked a new original song for the creative think tank "Match Can Boom" and LandaJob. This inspirational rocker will be used as a show opener for a gathering of "out of the box thinkers" creative leaders in Kansas City. Kathryn brought together the core of the Chapman Recording studio musicians including Kevin Rogers on guitar, James Albright on bass, Joe Micqulon on keys and Evan Bell on drums. The session was produced by Kathryn and recorded by Matt Peters.

Funny Man Rick Stasi's Project
We've been working on one of the funnest projects this year! Rick Stasi, producer, graphic and comic artist, copywriter and voice actor has brought his funny talents to Chapman Recording. Rick is putting the final touches to his latest project, "Funny You Should Ask Presents TALKING TO MYSELF, (To You)". This audio cd contains numerous selections from his successful "Funny You Should Ask!" Book 1. The cd includes songs, poems and musings guranteed to make you laugh out loud. Rick is shown above, (right), with engineer Neil Simpson in Control Room B. Check Rick's website for release dates.

Regional furniture giant NFB has been in Studio B working with engineer/producer Neil Simpson recording a series of "Door Buster" spots.

The French Open
The remarkable voice over talent Roberta Solomon was in town recently and recorded several spots for the French Open. The spots were produced for NBC Sports. The ISDN session was engineered by our own Neil Simpson.

Super Bowl Spot.
HCA Midwest Health recorded audio for their "TUNR4THEBETTER" tv campaign that ran during the 2016 Super Bowl game. The session wa engineered by Neil Simpson in Studio B.

Kansas City Marathon
We are pleased to be involved with the "2015 Kanas City Marathon" this year. The musical side of the project is a colaboration between Mark Valentine, area talent and Chapman Recording and Mastering. The album is being produced by Mark and engineered by Rob Rebeck and George Hunt. The cd created over the next few months will be part of a larger promotional package given to thousands who attend and participate.

Local Classic Holiday Track
If you live in the Kansas City area then you've probably heard "Christmas In Kansas City". Each year it gets heavy airplay from Thanksgiving Day to Charistmas Day. We original produced the track for the Plaza Restaurant Association and they used it for several years to promote holiday dinning. Since then it has become a local standard heard by millions and used on many radio station promotional albums. Start a tradition and let us create a custom piece for your client. For more info call 913-894-6854.

Kenny Rogers Surround Mix
Music icon Kenny Rogers had his personal sound-man Frank Farrell in Studio B mixing 5.1 for an upcoming concert DVD. The project includes Dolly Parton, Alision Krause, Wynonna Judd, Chris Issac and his original "First Edition" band. Coming to a network near you soon.

KU Basketball Star Cole Aldrich For Providence Medical Center
Wide Awake Films had KU basketball great Cole Aldrich in doing voice overs for Providence Medical Center. The sessions were produced by WAF's Shane Sealy with engineering by Evan Clark.

JEWEL'S Audio Book "A Night Without Armor"
Our Studio B was host to recording artist JEWEL. Brought in by New York based Harper Collins Publishing
for a book on tape, she also tracked several guitar pieces for transitions between chapters. The entire album
was recording at Chapman Recording and sessions were produced by Rick Harris. "A NIGHT WITHOUT ARMOR"
became a New York Times Best Seller and won the 1999 Audie Award for Best Poetry recording.

American Dad Returns For Fox
Victor Raider-Wexler was in with engineer-producer Evan Clark recording tracks for the Fox animated series AMERICAN DAD. Victor is a well know character and voice actor with thousands of credits from Seinfield to King of Quieens.

Wide Awake Films & Danny Cox
Two of our favorite people were in Studio B recently. Danny Cox, legendary recording artist, songwriter, singer and actor is revoicing a project for "Wilson's Creek National Park" visitors center. Producing the project is the talented writer, shooter, editor and producer Shane Seley. Staff engineer Evan Clark is handling all of the audio recording plus the 5.1 surround mix.

Chapman Recording just competed an ISND session for BLAST Productions of NY and retail giant MACY'S. The voice over session was engineered by Evan Clark.

Producer Jim Gencur with Royals great George Brett in Studio A working on Mutual Mortgage radio spots.


Actor Richard Thomas visited Studio B and engineer Evan Clark to record a series of national spots for Mercedes-Benz. Mr. Thomas is famous for his role in the THE WALTON'S tv series as John Boy as well as hundreds of other movie and television roles.

The Epic Battle of Wilson Creek

Wide Awake Films has produced the first HD video with 5.1 surround sound installed at any national park in the US. The Wilson Creek project was produced by Shane Sealey, Rob Hodge and Ed Lydecker. Narration was provide by Richard Ward Fatherley with surround sound sound design and mix by Chuck Chapman with the assistants of Shane Sealey. The 24 minute film will be shown in a theatre on the park grounds. The battlefield is just outside of Springfield Missouri.

Pirate music lives on with regional favorite THE JOLLY ROGERS band. The groups has long been a big draw at The Renaissance Festivals around the country. They have been in Studio C with Chuck Chapman finishing a new concert DVD which includes performances at the GEM THEATRE and THE RENAISSANCE FESTIVAL of Kansas City. The project was mixed in 5.1 with live recording by Don James and David Gillmore. For more info visit the bands website . . .


Producer David Vickers has been in Studio B working on several video projects for NWA. The sessions were engineered by Chuck Chapman, Evan Clark and Neil Simpson.

Actor Brian Doyle-Murray
The CARTOON NETWORK recently booked Studio C to recording voice tracks for their newest animated series, "The Marvelous
Misadventures of Flapjack". Talent was none other than actor Brian Doyle-Murray famous for his roles on Saturday Night Live,
Caddy Shack and Ground Hog Day. Three episodes were recorded via phone patch to the Cartoon headquarters in LA. Watch for the new series in the next few months!

Recording Legend Visits Studio
International recording artist Marilyn Maye graced Studio C recently to work on a project for author and producer Richard Ward Fatherley. The session was part of a project for Richard's up coming book about the radio industry and singing radio ID's. Marilyn was a session singer in the mid 1950's, recording many sessions at Damon Studios. The same studio where engineer Chuck Chapman started his career in the early 1970's. Both worked for the recording pioneer Victor Damon.

American Idol Taylor Hicks
American Idol star Taylor Hicks visited Studio B to record a voice over for a national tv spot. The session was engineered and produced by our own Evan Clark.

Royals Hall Of Fame 2nd Baseman
Frank White
Former Kansas City Royals 2'd baseman Frank White was in Studio C for The Crawford Dealers of Raytown. The session was produced by Rick Miller for N & N advertising. A portion of the spots where voiced by veteran talent JP Morgan and engineered by Chuck Chapman.

Country Artist Steve Azar Does Doc / HNTB Project
National country recording artist Steve Azar has completed narration for the documentary "SECOND CROSSING" for HNTB. The project is produced by Jeff Herzer and was engineered by Chuck Chapman. The session was recorded at Digital Audio Post in Nashville.

Wide Awake Films Wins Emmy
Wide Awake Films has won an Emmy for their Civil War documentary "The Battle of Franklin: Five Hours in the Valley of Death". The WAF team beat out 267 nominees to win in the Documentary/Historical category. The production team consisted of Shane Sealy, Ed Leydecker, Rob Hodge, Richard Fatherley and Chuck Chapman. The dvd was show on PBS last November.

Voice Of Academy Awards / Hallmark Session
Studio B was graced with a project from Hallmark Cards with producer Kent Hermes and vo talent Tom Kane. Tom was the voice of the ACADEMY AWARDS this year and can be heard on hundreds of national spots including Apple's SUPER BOWL spots and as Yoda in STAR WARS. (L-R Evan Clark, Tom Kane, Kent Hermes)

National Aviation Weather Workshop
Chapman Recording recently provided location video and audio services for the "National Aviation Weather Workshop" at the National Oceanic and Atmospheric Administration complex in Kansas City. The three day event covered all types of weather forecasting procedures and techniques as well as problem solving exercises We will produce a 12 dvd compilation for each attendee and their home station. Seen above is engineer assistant Neil Simpson at the audio workstation position.

BMX Champion
The grandfather of BMX freestyle Dennis McCoy recently cut a session in Studio B. The project was produced via phone patch by Kelly "K" for Los Angeles based Moviso.

KCPT Project Wins Emmy
KCPT writer and producer Pam Reichard has won a Emmy for her new project "The Road To Kanorodo". The public television sessions were co-produced by Angee Simmon. Area musicians who provided original compositions and great performances include Dave Simmons, Jeff Hudson and BZ Parscale. The Elders' Brent Hoad provided fiddle and mandolin tracks and the project was narrated by national recording artist Melissa Etheridge. Chapman Recording is proud to have been involved with this fantastic production.

TLC Series
Producers from BBC Television recently visited Studio C to record audio for the new home decorating show, "While You Were Out". Host Anna Bocci narrated the pilot and 2 additional episodes with the first to air July 6th on the The Learning Channel. The sessions were recorded and edited by Chuck Chapman.

Eternal Egypt
Nelson Atkins Museum curator Mark Wilson recently recorded tracks for the upcoming exhibit "Eternal Egypt: Masterworks of Ancient Art from The British Museum". The project was produced via ISDN by Accoustic-Guide of New York and engineered by Robert Rebeck.