Purchasing a Tune Bot was the best little investment I ever made in my tone. Not embarrassed to say it does a far better job than me with ears alone. I have great tone - and it is the Same every gig.
That said, a bass has defined notes that usually must be in harmony with other instruments that have defined notes, so an A is an A for all. Drums aren't that.
". . . and it sounds really good, imo. I guess that's what matters."
There is no secret, didn't you know? As long as you think you're good, that's all that matters.This a great thread but once you tune them where is the “Found the secret to playing drums “ thread?
There is no secret, didn't you know? As long as you think you're good, that's all that matters.
Nobody "needs" practice pads or instruction or feedback. Just sit down and hit the drums. There is no wrong way or "better" way of doing it. As long as you're happy with your playing, that's all that counts.
Oh oh. You’re in danger of contradicting your prior statement. ? Are we now considering the opinion of someone besides the drummer? ?
It still hasnt been disproved to me that the process of correct tuning is at best snake oil and at worst bs.
Two tracks Ive heard recently a live Doobie Brothers tune and a tune from a young new band. The Doobie snare adjusted so high it sounded like a hammer hitting a small empty oil drum. The new band snare adjusted so low and loose it sounded like walking on broken glass.
Which snare was "tuned" right?
The process of tuning is just a means to get you the sound you are after
That method tunes them pretty low , I gotta wonder how good drums tuned that way sound out front .I actually went with Rob Brown’s technique on his you tube channel. It worked great! I did a little tweaking here and there, but the end result was great! Fast and easy!! Check it out!