Many yoyo bearings come with some lube. Thick lube will make ANY yoyo responsive, no matter how wide the gap. In an adjustable gap yoyo like the DM you can tune it how you like.
As the bearing which comes with the DM usually has a bit of medium viscosity lube it’ll be minimally responsive already… gap adjustment from the stock bearing should let you get either responsive, unresponsive or some mix.
If you clean your bearing like many folk say, you’ll get dead unresponsive, and even with a wound down gap your yoyo will be unlikely to return on tug. Even a pinhead of thick lube (or a drop or two of thin lube) will bring it back tug responsive. You can tune all these things to get it just right.
Like folk say though a lot is about your throw and other skills. Getting a minimally responsive yoyo to tug return is like binding, a tricky skill that requires you to know your yoyo well. If you rely on your yoyo being too responsive to get it back to your hand, you’re trading off spin time (as response is effectively friction and slows the yoyo).
So sure, experiment with tuning your yoyo to how you like… but work on your skills more - that’s what’ll make it sing.