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Unlimited Exercises for Sight Reading
and Sight Singing Practice

Sight Reading For:

    • Voice
    • Soprano
    • Alto
    • Tenor
    • Bass
    • Strings
    • Violin
    • Viola
    • Cello
    • Double Bass
    • Guitar
    • Guitar
    • Bass Guitar
    • Woodwinds
    • Flute/Piccolo
    • Oboe
    • English Horn
    • Bassoon/Contra Bassoon
    • Clarinet Family
    • Saxophone Family
    • Brass
    • Trumpet
    • Horn
    • Trombone/Bass Trombone
    • Baritone/Euphonium
    • Tuba
    • Percussion
    • Snare Drum
    • Mallets
    • Piano
    • Piano
    • Ensemble
    • Concert Band
    • Choir
    • String Orchestra

What Customers are Saying…

  • To put it simply, Sight Reading Factory is the best thing on the internet for learning to sight read.
    Ryan Smith Lincoln, UK
  • I've progressed more in a month using the 'easy to navigate' progressive steps in Sight Reading Factory than I have in the multitude of attempts I've made over the last 30 years to improve my sight reading! It keeps me interested by allowing me to compete with my previous best efforts. I see improvement every time I use it. I heartily recommend this to every musician. If you want to widen both your appreciation and performance skills indulge in Sight Reading Factory.
    Clive McArthur Sydney, Australia
  • Sight Reading Factory is easy to use, and a real bargain. I've used it to create listening exercises for my music theory class. I also plan on using it in the future for creating audition material for honor groups. Customer service has been exceptional.
    Kevin Pryor Neptune, NJ
  • 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
  • Sight Reading Factory has had an immediate impact in my instrumental music classes. The ability to project a wholly random set of rhythmic and melodic measures onto the wall in the band room has stepped up the student level in achievement in every grade. I plan to use it even more next year in the Northwood band program.
    Eugene Cottrell Pittsboro, NC