Does it sound like your drummer is hitting a cardboard box?
Or, are the drums sounding a bit muddy?
Depending on your room and the drums, this is most likely coming from the 400-700 Hz range.
Fortunately it’s pretty easy to clear things up. Here's how you do it:
You may find that different drums sound better with a cut around 350 Hz, others around 630 Hz, or others at 700 Hz.
Some may even have the same exact frequency placement. It all depends on your room and drums.
✅ Make drums sound better
Yep, it really is that simple. You killed it!
You'll find them here: Mixing Live Drums: EQ, Compression & Gating
do we need hi frequency in kick drum and bass? and do we send the signals to mid speakers or sub woofers
A little bit of high frequency (or high mids) for the kick and bass can be good - especially if you want to capture the smack of the kick or the upper harmonics of the bass guitar. Ideally, your sound system crossover (or DSP) will handle the content sent to the individual loudspeakers. Any frequencies below a certain amount, say 150 Hz, would be sent to the subs, anything above that would be sent to your mids and highs depending on how your crossover is set up. Check out this post for a tip on bass guitar EQ.