The main reason audiophile Chad Kassem developed the studio was to record the remaining blues legends in first-class fashion. The work has not gone unnoticed. BHS has drawn national attention, including extensive coverage by NPR’s All Things Considered, CBS Sunday Morning, CNN and the Associated Press.

The studio was designed by Neil Muncy and wired with premium audio cable from Belden and Canare with gold-plated connectors. More than $60,000 was spent on a new electrical service that includes the finest panels, breakers and surge suppression equipment. Kansas Power and Lighting installed a new transformer to provide the studio with its own power source. No expense has been spared to provide clean AC power and perfect grounding paths. The main sanctuary is wired for 200 amps of stage lighting, eight camera lines, press feed and video distribution throughout the building.
See It For Yourself
To book studio time, or for questions about Blue Heaven's features, call Marc Sheforgen at 785-825-8609 on weekdays and 785-825-8486 on nights and weekends, or email him at marc@acousticsounds.com. Marc will do all that he can to make your Blue Heaven experience relaxing and enjoyable and is available to lead tours.

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Hangin’ with the blues masters at Blue Heaven from Issue 38 of HIFi Magazine (p133-136)
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Blue Heaven Studios "Cathedral of Sound"
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