The original Tune-Bot digital drum tuner was released in 2012 and quickly became a go-to accessory for drummers looking to tune their drums more accurately and consistently. We gave that version high praises in the December 2012 issue, and it’s become a crucial tool for dialing in sounds in every drum review we’ve done since. A simpler version, Tune-Bot Gig, was released a couple years ago for players who wanted a basic option at a lower price point. In 2017, the company revamped its flagship tuner, now called Tune-Bot Studio, to offer more reliable readings, a higher frequency range (for snare drums), a four-color display, and improved kit-saving options. Let’s give this new-and-improved tuner a closer look.