Yeah, I like mine tuned really low as to help provide that heavy thump that hits you in the chest. I just take the slack out of the head and maybe turn them another half turn. I encourage all drummers to find their own sound for each drum they are comfy with.
some people say keep ur batter as loose as it can go without making a dead sound, and keep ur reso a little tighter than that. but their is really no wrong way 2 tune, its just personal preference. u can tune BAD... but.. u get what im saying.
I tune my batter head really loose just enough to keep the tension rods from coming loose, and the resonate side the same way and I also use some type of muffling depending on the drum. Different things work better in different drums. I recommend the DW bass drum pillow for smaller drums like 20, 22's and blankets for 24 and 26" drums. I don't kill the head with muffling just enough to give it punch.