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SightReadingFactory.com makes practicing the important skill of sight reading easy, effective and fun! This cloud-based service allows you to customize and generate unlimited sight reading examples instantly, on-demand for music educators, students and hobbyists of all ages and abilities.
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Learn how Sight Reading Factory makes sight reading easy for educators, students, and independent musicians alike!
Generates Real Music
The sight reading and sight singing exercises produced are governed by many rules so that they make 'musical sense' in that they are rhythmically, harmonically and tonally appealing. In other words, although the music is computer-generated, it still sounds like real music.
Saves Time and Effort
Save time from having to compose or search for sight reading and sight singing exercises for yourself or for your students to practice. Quickly and easily generate quality sight reading in a fraction of the time you would normally spend.
Customized Sight Reading
The sight reading exercises can be fully customized to your specific needs or the needs of your students. You can select one of the standard difficulty levels or you can customize the exercises by selecting the exact rhythms, range and other attributes such as leaps, accidentals, dynamics and articulations. You can also choose from a large variety of time signatures and all major and minor key signatures. See Feature Focus: Customization for more information and videos on how to customize the sight reading.
Multiple Difficulty Levels
There are multiple levels of difficulty that progress with more complex rhythms, larger leaps, expanded ranges, and increased accidentals. The lower levels are appropriate for beginning level students while the upper levels would be a challenge for the most seasoned musician.
Unlimited Sight Reading Exercises
Subscribers to the Sight Reading Factory® will never again run out of sight reading material to practice. Every time the user clicks 'Generate Sight Reading', a brand new piece of music is composed. This allows the user to generate virtually infinite amounts of unique sight reading exercises for piano, guitar, voice, strings, woodwinds, brass, and percussion.
Classroom Technology and Assessment Tool
Full ensemble sight reading exercises can be projected to the front of the classroom for choir, concert band or orchestra to practice sight reading together. Educators can also use the assignments and recording feature as a tool for assessing their students. See Feature Focus: Assignments for Educators for more information and videos on the assignments and recording assessment feature.
Sight Reading Available for Over 30 Unique Instruments!
What Our Customers are Saying
"This program is amazing. I appreciate the revisions made based on feedback from users - all of them are excellent improvements to an already amazing teaching tool. My school went to 1:1 computing this year and so I am really able to assess my students in a comprehensive and meaningful way. Being able to hold them accountable in such an efficient and individualized way is truly incredible."
"A great tool to get varied - and variable - materials to practise sight-reading."
"Sight Reading Factory is a great resource for my classroom! SRF keeps my choir students centrally focused and makes a huge savings on paper."
"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."
"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."