Take a drum, not the snare, and take the bottom heads off. Now, with just the batter head, loosen all the rods so there is no tension. Pick 2 opposite lugs and tension them so they sound the same. When they sound the same, move to 2 more lugs. Make them sound like the first 2. Keep doing this until all the lugs sound the same. This is how you tune the drum. The bottom head works the same way. The idea with it is it needs to make a sound that compliments the top head.I've go an idea, without referencing the drum bible or an external website, Google or Youtube, in your opinion, how would you start the tuning journey if you were at my place? and considering my previous criteria in order to reach approximately my goal?
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