So a while ago, I was having trouble tuning my brass snare drum but I eventually got it so that it wouldn't have as many overtones. I also bought a few moongel as well and they helped quite a lot in dampening the un-wanted ring. The problem is, even when I tune the snare to a higher pitch, a high pitch buzz resonates from i think the snare wires (but I'm not sure) even with the moon gel on the drum. It has a short decay and doesn't sound like any regular tone which leads me to believe that this sound is characteristic of the snare wires. It's very high pitched, probably two octaves above the snare tone itself and defenitely has a resonant pitch relative to the drum's pitch. I also recently bought a maple snare drum, which seems to not have this specific buzz or at least a lot less. Again, i'm sort of a beginner to tuning, and I was just hoping that someone would know why. I didn't realize how frustrating tuning snare drums could be. Thanks.