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- May 7, 2020
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A lot of times I don’t use the filter button when tuning toms/bass drums unless I get a weird reading on a lug then I’ll go to a lug with the more realistic reading and press the button.I'm assuming all models have the filter settings. At home or in a quite environment during a normal tuning session I'll have the filter OFF until a particular lug finds the target reading. At that point I'll turn on the filter. Then continue to tune till all lugs are the same.
While at a gig setting with background noises when a drum needs tweaking the I normally have the filter ON from the beginning.
This seem to work pretty good for me.