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Electronic Drums Tune-Bot

Features

Drum Monitor Drum Monitor

Every guitar player has an electronic tuner for speed and accuracy in tuning. Tuning a drum is much more time consuming and difficult than a guitar. Yet, until now there was no such thing as a real "drum tuner".

After years of research and development, Overtone Labs has finally created a fast, accurate, and effective drum tuner. This new invention is about to change the way you tune your drums, and more importantly, change the way your drums sound. Click here to see the Tune-Bot Tuning Guide pdf.

Tune-Bot is useful for:

  • Lug pitch matching
  • Measuring and adjusting overall tone
  • Interval tuning of Toms
  • Returning to your drums' optimal sound every time

 

Tune-Bot Features

  • Lug pitch measurement
  • Overall pitch measurement
  • Frequency and note modes
  • Overtone filters
  • Difference mode
  • 80+ Save Slots
  • Easy to read display with backlight
  • Drum hoop clip
  • Drum tuning charts and pitch recommendations

Artist Tunings

Mike Johnston
DRUMS FUNDAMENTAL FREQUENCY TOP LUG FREQUENCY BOTTOM LUG FREQUENCY
14" Snare Drum          195 Hz 280 Hz 400 Hz

10" Tom

160 Hz 275 Hz 275 Hz
16" Tom 64 Hz 110 Hz 110 Hz
22" Bass Drum 47 Hz 80 Hz 80 Hz

 

 

Kris Mazzarisi (LMFAO / Matthew Koma)
DRUMS FUNDAMENTAL FREQUENCY TOP LUG FREQUENCY BOTTOM LUG FREQUENCY
14" Snare Drum         183 Hz 266 Hz 364 Hz

12" Tom

105 Hz 162 Hz 182 Hz
16" Tom 64 Hz 71 Hz 161 Hz
22" Bass Drum 34 Hz 66 Hz 69 Hz

 

 

Rich Redmond (Jason Aldean)
DRUMS FUNDAMENTAL FREQUENCY TOP LUG FREQUENCY BOTTOM LUG FREQUENCY
14" Snare Drum          205 Hz 332 Hz 342 Hz

12" Tom

115 Hz 125 Hz 308 Hz
16" Tom 76 Hz 105 Hz 178 Hz
18" Tom 65 Hz 680z 136 Hz
24" Bass Drum 33 Hz 60 Hz 65 Hz