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Unlimited Exercises for Sight Reading
and Sight Singing Practice

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What Customers are Saying…

  • This is a fabulous learning tool. I had searched the web for a long time trying to locate something that would help me improve my sight reading abilities, and this is definitely it. I can already notice a remarkable improvement in my reading and playing. Thanks so much for making your program available to this aspiring musician!
    Arnie Dahl Tulsa, OK
  • Using this program has helped my band students learn to sight read with ease! My music students have made quick and significant progress in preparing for honor band auditions. I also use the tool in teaching my Piano Lab and AP music theory students. It's functionality is smooth and consistent. It's presentation is friendly and students have an easy time navigating the program. Thank you Sight Reading Factory!
    Kenny Butler Greensboro, NC
  • I have found this application very useful for my guitar playing. To play guitar, one does not have to read music, but I personally find that being able to read and play from a music score really opens up the melodies and I can explore and play in different positions on the Fretboard of my guitar.
    Dallas B. Sacramento, CA
  • Sight reading is a foundational technique for my choral program. As a result, I have continually looked for websites to be a support tool to our classroom activities. Sight Reading Factory has been a fantastic find! My students love using it. The variety of examples and levels, along with the ability to hear the correct sight reading is priceless. Thank you for offering a quality product that is extremely accessible and affordable.
    Nina VanDerhoof Ft. Lauderdale, FL
  • I have been a guitarist since 1976 and have had four books published on the guitar – search Amazon books co.uk Steve Bray blues guitar. I started sight reading in the mid 1980’s but I kept having to buy books to improve and to find new material those days. This method is the best way to learn sight reading, because you can have a go, then play it back to see how you did, and with a constant supply of new material.
    Steve Bray Beverley, UK