I'm sure this is not the right way to do it just my low tech method.
Tires inflated, wheel raised off the ground. I take a 10mm wrench and tap each spoke and listen to the tone. If I find one that that doesn't ring true and makes a dull "thud" sound that indicates it is either loose or broken. I have a spoke wrench and tighten till it rings like the rest.
I thought about a torque wrench for spokes and that may be fine for a new wheel but if all the threads on the spokes and nipples are not clean and free of any corrosion torque is a poor indicator of actual spoke stretch.
Look it up on the interwebs and you will find some good articles on how to do it right.
Gray-haired riders donít get that way from pure luck.