Put a blanket over your head.
I have never seen strip damping applied to toms and I haven’t seen a bass drum damped like that for years so it’s unlikely.
You can try careful eq and gating, limiting. You may have to tune them down as well as that is what dampening does, slowing down the head which also gives the head’s fundamental note (which can, contrarily, sound higher but that’s the timbre and not the pitch).
You could find , or record yourself, a set of toms (single headed would do) and bass drum that you have damped (I’d say about four dynamic level samples each drum) and import them to a GA1 pad set to use. Tuning should not be too much of an issue just as long as you got the intervals about a third apart. Not as tweaky as two resounding heads.