As a serious trumpet player and drummer, Jeff Steinman started his college career as a music major but soon switched majors to computer science and physics. He received a Ph.D. in high energy physics from UCLA, and has since pioneered several high performance computing technologies.

Jeff Steinman resumed his music career as a composer/arranger in 1990 resulting in numerous compositions of a wide variety of styles. Jeff Steinman likes to apply his brass and percussion background to big band music styles, but has also written orchestral, pop, gospel, smooth jazz, rock, and others including two marches, a polka, and TV theme songs.

Jeff Steinman was recently named one of four winners in the Dance Dance Revolution contest. His song, "Race Against Time" will be featured in the next version of the video game. He recently signed with ACM Records as one of their featured composer/arrangers. Broadjam has honored Jeff Steinman with more than 70 top ten awards in various categories.

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After more than a year of no activity on Broadjam, I'm back! I hope people will like my new compositions.

I've gotten into the Sample Library business. My compositions all demonstrate the "Hollywood Studio Brass and Woodwind Collection" featuring the top studio artists in Los Angeles.

Check out my business website for more information and demos of these sample libraries:

www.warpivmusic.com

Influences

Trumpet: Maynard Ferguson, Wayne Bergeron, Harry James, Ziggy Elman, John Clyman, Doc Severinson, Don Ellis, Al Hirt
Sax: Eric Marienthal
Drums: Buddy Rich, Phil Collins
Groups: Beatles, Chicaco, Genesis, Gentle Giant, Kansas, Yes, Ambrosia

Bio

As a serious trumpet player and drummer, Jeff Steinman started his college career as a music major at
California State University Northridge in 1976, but soon switched majors to computer science and physics.
He received a Ph.D. in high energy physics from UCLA in 1988, and has since pioneered technologies
that allow complex simulations to run on large numbers of computers. Jeff Steinman resumed his music
career in 1990 using MIDI devices and computer-based sequencer tools. This has resulted in a large number of compositions in a wide variety of styles. Jeff Steinman likes to apply his brass and percussion
background to big band music styles, but has also written classical, pop, gospel, smooth jazz, and others
including two marches, a polka, and TV theme songs. Jeff Steinman currently produces most of his
compositions in Propellerhead's REASON 3.0.

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