For the past three decades, Rob Hagani has built a reputation as a well-respected and successful dentist in Connecticut. When Hagani isn’t filling cavities, however, he is often found behind a drum set, keeping the beat with his band onstage or for special engagements.
Hagani started playing the drums when he was 10 years old, and today, 47 years later, continues to play and practice almost every day. Whether playing live or recording in the studio, Hagani has come to rely on DPA microphones for his amplification needs.
“I went with DPA microphones because they are very transparent,” explains Hagani. “From my perspective, what you hear is what you get and when I first heard the DPA mics, I was blown away by the clarity and transparency of what DPA had to offer. There was no coloration to the sound as far as I could tell. It was from a PA system and I was right in front, but when I stepped back a little bit the sound was still excellent. I went to DPA and found out about the history of the company and was impressed by how many people use their gear and all the different kinds of mics they manufacture. I was very drawn to the company because of its reputation and the incredible clarity of the mics. DPA will continue to be my go-to mics.”