Daniel Rosenboom / Star Wars, Orenda Records

“I love AEA Microphones! As a session musician, record producer, and small studio owner, I’m always using a wide variety of microphones for different instruments and styles of music. But whether I’m at any one of the major Hollywood scoring stages or in a small or home studio, I record with AEA ribbon mics in almost every session. As a trumpet player, these mics provide a rich full spectrum of sound, warm through the lows and mids, and clear and true in the highs. And as an engineer, I’ve gotten great results using the mics on just about every source, from horns and drums to piano, bass, and even guitar amps. The AEA microphone lineup simply provides the truest, clearest sound on pretty much everything!”

– Daniel Rosenboom

Daniel Aaron Rosenboom (b. 5/7/1982) is a creative and prolific trumpet artist, composer, producer, and Los Angeles studio musician. Described as a “phenomenon” by the Los Angeles Times, he has been recognized with grants and awards from ASCAP, the Yvar Mikhashoff Trust for New Music, the American Composers Forum, and the Meet the Composer foundation, and has been featured on renowned stages and festivals around the world, from the Monterey Jazz Festival to Madison Square Garden, the Hammersmith Apollo, and the Hollywood Bowl.
Daniel performs regularly with The Daniel Rosenboom Quintet, Burning Ghosts, the Modern Brass Quintet, and the Vinny Golia Sextet, and has twice toured the world as multi-platinum pop singer Josh Groban’s trumpet soloist. He has appeared as a featured artist and collaborator on such renowned international festivals as the Monterey, Angel City, Saalfelden and Hague Jazz Festivals, and at many more prestigious stages and institutions. Daniel also records for motion pictures, television, and video games, and has worked with such notable film composers as John Williams, Hans Zimmer, Alan Silvestri, Danny Elfman, Alexandre Desplat, James Newton Howard, and many more.



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