I see alot of different schools of thought when it comes to drum tuning. I certainly have my method, which I find is tried and true and works for me, and there is no right or wrong I guess, but what's curious to me is those of you who tune your drums to each different room. I agree that a room will enhance or detract from certain characteristics of a drum's sound, but do you really change the tuning from room to room that much? For me, I find there is a sweet spot for each drum, not only in sound, but in feel as well. That usually ends up to be a range of about 3 to 4 notes. Above or below that and something changes in the sound or feel of the drum that is undesirable. As some of you may know, I tune my drums in intervals and within their sweet spot and I never change the tuning from room to room and the drums always sound great by all accounts. If I went into a room that say was very "high endy" sounding, and detuned the drums to give them more low end, they would feel sloppy to me, plus they won't be in their normal sweet spot which produces the desired punch, feel and overall tonality. Along with that, I think it would be a colossal hassle to have to wait until you got to a room, play around a bit to hear how the drums sound, and then start tweaking randomly (top and bottom heads) until the drums sounded good to your ear, praying that the different tuning isn't going to set off the snares or create other unwanted overtones. I was just interested in hearing from guys/girls who do tune to each room and what thoughts they have on the points I mentioned.