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Drums with two heads can also have a set of wires, called snares, held across the bottom head, top head, or both heads, hence the name snare drum.

On some drums with two heads, a hole or bass reflex port may be cut or installed onto one head, as with some 2010s era bass drums in rock music.

Others are normally played in a set of two or more, all played by the one player, such as bongo drums and timpani.Drums with two heads covering both ends of a cylindrical shell often have a small hole somewhat halfway between the two heads; the shell forms a resonating chamber for the resulting sound.Exceptions include the African slit drum, also known as a log drum as it is made from a hollowed-out tree trunk, and the Caribbean steel drum, made from a metal barrel.Double-ply drumheads dampen high frequency harmonics because they are heavier and they are suited to heavy playing.Drum heads with a white, textured coating on them muffle the overtones of the drum head slightly, producing a less diverse pitch.

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