The Drill Design Clinic is a hands-on experience focusing on class instruction and individual assistance in writing your own drill. The clinic is designed for beginners and experienced users of Pyware. For those with little or no experience, learn the fundamentals of using the Pyware software and basics of drill design techniques. For those who already know the basic of Pyware, the clinic expands upon the ins and outs of the software, and gain advice writing one’s own drill with the aid of a clinician. While computers will be provided in a lab, participants are encouraged to bring their own “Pyware 3D Interactive” loaded notebook computers for use during the clinic.
Design your dream show
With full training and individualized instruction, participants will be able to create their own dream show using the power of Pyware software.
Tools of success
Participants of the Drill Design Clinic can purchase Pyware 3D software through SW Band Products at a discount!
With a state-of-the-art computer lab, preloaded with Pyware, beginners to advanced users will find all the tools they require to create a jaw-dropping and dynamic show.
Participants will receive individual attention on their shows and will gain constructive feedback to help bring them to the next level. Participants will also be given technical and design assistance to help them through special and individual situations.
Below is an example of an average day schedule. For a more exact layout, go to our Information Documents page and download the PDF
6:45 am Breakfast
9:30 am Lab Time
1:30 pm Lecture | Discussion
5:00 pm Dinner
8:30 pm Sessions conclude
8:30 am Lecture | Discussion
12:00 pm Lunch
2:30 pm Lab Time
6:30 pm Lab Time
Dr. Corey Spurlin
Corey Spurlin serves as Marching Band Director, Associate Director of Bands, and Professor of Music at Auburn University. In addition to his work with the Sudler-winning Auburn Marching Band, Dr. Spurlin conducts the Concert Band, Campus Band, and is the associate conductor of the Auburn Symphonic Winds. He also teaches courses in conducting, wind band literature, music history, and marching band techniques.
For Your Information
If you are in need or more information, please download our information PDF's for more details. If you have a question, you may want to see if there is already an answer on our FAQ page. If you are looking for transportation information, please go to our Transportation page.
Eastern Illinois University - Charleston IL
July 10th - 12th 2020
Includes all instruction, and lunch and dinner each day
Includes all instruction,
housing, and meals
Includes housing and all meals
(For sponsors, bus drivers, directors, or coaches not taking classes)