It's not that simple. You'll have to experiment not only with tuning to your taste but also different damping techniques to get the "feel" you seek - wet, dry, less or more sustain... There may be hundreds of tuning threads and posts herein so start searching and reading. What your hear in a recording has been electronically altered to suit the situation and/ or engineer. There's compression, reverb, echo. Some start very dry and add effects. Live vs. studio recording also makes a difference. One drum tuned to a specific setting won't match another drum tuned exactly the same SO experiment with your drums - one drum at a time - until you get the exact tone and feel out of your drums. You can only do that by experimenting with heads, turnings, damping techniques, placement in the room, room size, drum size.... The point is, don't try match some "ideal" because it doesn't exist.Dude, i understand that. I just need tunings, maybe intervals or notes of each drumhead.