The Path to Professional Drill Design

Mike Lawson • Archives • October 22, 2006

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By Dan Ryder

For those who wish to pursue drill designing as a profession, the cost of getting into the business is relatively low compared to most businesses, but is similar to becoming a professional writer or artist. Each has certain required materials.

First, you must have the proper equipment and a pleasant environment without distractions. Always invest in the best and fastest equipment you can afford that will save you writing time. Computers purchased the last few years are very fast – 450 MHz or more – and large enough in memory to store your shows. A computer with a CD burner should be included.

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