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Exercises composed with tender
loving care

All exercises written by experienced musicians with musicality and the learner in mind. Learn more...

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Personalized to your instrument and
skill level

Learn about the instruments and grade levels that SightReadingMastery supports.

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High-quality audio playback

Every exercise comes with high-quality audio playback, so you can listen to how it's supposed to go and check yourself. Learn more...

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Track your progress over time

A detailed sight reading log is recorded for you automatically, so you can easily revisit past exercises and see how you're progressing. Learn more...

From the SightReadingMastery Blog

Sight Reading Software vs. Traditional Methods

Sight Reading Software vs. Traditional Methods

The traditional way to get material for sight reading practice is to order loads of sheet music you’ve never seen before. Read more…

Franz Liszt portrait by Miklós Barabás

4 Sight Reading Tips Liszt Wants You to Know

Franz Liszt was the greatest sight reader who ever lived. After witnessing him sight read, Edvard Grieg exclaimed Read more…