Phosphor Studio and R.A.O.M. (Random Acts of Music) are a collective of creative professionals that provide services in media production. The studio, in The Kansas City Crossroads Arts District, offers a wide gamut of services from video and audio production to 3D animations & 2D motion graphics to websites and interactive experiences to creative services and scriptwriting. The main video production studio has close to 2,000 sq./ft. of 16′ ceilings. The large infinite white or green/blue screen “cyc” wall is 20′ w x 14′ h with a 20’w x 16′ stage. Load in is easy at the ground floor or via the garage door from the back alley.

The adjacent soundproof vocal booth and recording studio accommodates vocals, voice over, ADR, edit, mix, design and 5.1 surround sound. The studio is also capable of streaming live HD video and audio from the main stage or vocal booth.

The amenities make Phosphor Studio a comfortable experience for clients. Oversee productions or collaborate on projects from the mezzanine and lounge areas that look down into the main studio. For larger productions the studio can be sectioned off with dressing rooms, separate bathrooms and a green room. A full kitchen and large conference room are available for added convenience.

The studio transforms to an exciting event space due to its open spaces and tall ceilings. The house a/v system and 300″ projection screen accommodates screenings of films, televised events or live webinars. Art exhibitions, live broadcasts, corporate events or speaking engagements are possible at Phosphor Studio. In addition to events, each year we are proud to be a venue for The Kansas City Fringe Festival.

One of the more enjoyable parts of the studio is the roof top deck. A 20’ x 30’ roof top deck and garden provides a spectacular view of downtown Kansas City and the Crossroads Arts District. It’s perfect for events or the end of a long production day in the studio.

Stop by on First Fridays to browse local artists on display throughout the studio and maybe live music from local musicians.