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Unlimited Exercises for Sight Reading
and Sight Singing Practice

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What Customers are Saying…

  • 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
  • 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
  • We love your program -- I have seen tremendous improvement in my students' sight singing skills and confidence!
    Elizabeth Argus New Orleans, LA
  • In seven months I've gone from needing to decipher and memorize tunes, to sight reading basic jazz in live situations. This app saves you the time and energy of finding material to read at your level. Yup, I recommend.
    Ken T. Vancouver, Canada
  • Sight Reading Factory has tremendously helped me with sight reading music on guitar. I always looked for sheet music to sight read on the internet but the same tunes always popped up on multiple websites. I had always hoped there would be a website for sight reading that would randomize melodies and Sight Reading Factory was just the place! Not only can I practice reading in the first position, but I can also practice all of the positions on the fretboard. Thank you!
    Brandon Johnson California, USA