Tech Tuesday: SightReadMinor

Apps, Reviews, Tech Tuesdays

A month and a half ago I reviewed an app called SightReadPlus. In my review I mentioned a couple apps in the works, including one called SightReadMinor. Well the good news, SightReadMinor is now available!

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Keeping with the same format as SightReadPlus, SightReadMinor will listen and evaluate your playing.

In SightReadMinor, you will find 2,880 short sight-reading exercises in ALL minor keys for left and and right hand. (separate)  Time signatures vary between 2/4, 3/4, 4/4 and 6/8 with rhythm values ranging from quarter, dotted quarter, half, dotted half, whole and eighth notes. The exercises are in sequenced order so students will advance forward. Also included are pentascales for students to practice.

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One of my favorite features with both of these apps is the ability to keep track of individual progress. If you missed the SightReadPlus review be sure to go back and read it as SightReadMinor is very similar but now with minor exercises. Both apps are for the iPad and are highly recommended.

Melissa Harris has graciously offered to give away 2 copies of the SightReadMinor app! To enter leave a comment below. Deadline to enter is by this Thursday, August 22nd 10:00pm (mountain time). Don’t delay!

(*Winner MUST respond within 72 hours of announcement or another winner will be chosen*) The winner will be announced on this blog and on the  Facebook page by Friday, August 23rd. Be sure you subscribe to the blog and on our Facebook page so you don’t miss out seeing if you are a winner! GIVEAWAY HAS EXPIRED

Disclaimer:  I received this app in exchange for my honest review. I was not required to write a positive review nor was I compensated in any other way. All opinions I have expressed are my own. 

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32 Comments

  1. Juliet

    Sounds interesting. Which of the 2 Apps do you think you will use more often?

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  2. Beth T

    Thanks for a chance to win – it sounds like a great app!

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  3. Angelica

    Awesome app!! Would love to try. Is it for iPad only?

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    • foxxpianostudio

      It is for the iPad only. If you don’t have an iPad yet but think you will eventually then you can still download it on you iTunes account and sync it to your iPad later. 😉

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  4. Kathy Gault

    I was intrigued by your review of the major version of this app, and now along comes the minor version. I am definitely thinking of trying one or both of these. Would love to win a free copy!

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  5. Claire Westlake

    Always looking for new apps for DVMTA and for my studio!

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  6. Kitty

    I would love to use this app with my students. Thanks fn or offering it!

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  7. Faye Smith

    Love that they offer the app in minor too! Students love the sound of minor key songs.

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  8. Roz Gibbins

    I recently purchased an ipad and am looking for apps to use in my piano studio. I like these sight reading apps. Would appreciate winning a free copy!

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  9. Kristin Yost

    Great app! Looking forward to trying the Minor keys as well

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  10. Karen

    I can’t wait to check this out. I teach in just a couple minutes so I will look at it later today. Sounds exciting!

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  11. Marilyn Wade

    Would love to win a copy!

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  12. Rebecca

    This looks like a great app, as does SightReadPlus – thanks for having this giveaway!

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  13. Christy

    I love SightReadPlus. Would love to win the minor version. Thanks for your blog and the giveaways!

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  14. Coila Peterson Robinson

    Sight Reading is probably one of the most important skills our young pianists can develop. I’m always amazed/intrigued/amused when “wonderful musicians” (usually singers) show up to an event, but have forgotten to bring an accompanist. My sight reading ability always saves their performance. I want my students to have that same gift, and have the same thrill!

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  15. Crystal Tyler Cassels

    I just purchased an IPad 2 weeks ago (finally trying to enter the new technology!), so I would love to win this app ! Thanks for your reviews, Wendy!

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  16. Karen Cox

    Would love to have this app!

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  17. Lisa Shoemaker

    I’d love to win this! My plan is to emphasize sight reading more with my students this year, so this would be great.

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  18. Lavinia Livingston

    I use SightReadPlus with every elementary and even intermediate student. Love it…and they like it too. Can’t wait to be a winner of SightReadMinor and add it to my iPad apps. A very, very valuable sight reading teaching tool.

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  19. Julia T.

    Sounds like a useful app! Thanks for writing a review, Jennifer!

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  20. Karen Thompson

    Sounds like a great app.

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  21. Julie Follett

    Sounds like a great app! I would love to use it in my studio!

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  22. Valerie A Evensen NCTM

    I love the first (sight reading in major) app and would love to win the second. Pick me! Pick me!

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  23. Eva

    I would love to have this app.

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  24. Julie Cleveland

    Consider me entered, Jennifer! No ‘Pad yet, but soon! 🙂

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  25. Marilyn Henry

    Per your recommendation, I bought the Sight Read Plus and really like it. In fact, I just used it in a lesson a few moments ago. Good stuff!

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  26. Cindy

    Would love this app and was telling one of my students about it just today – keeping my fingers crossed!

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  27. muzeek

    Sounds like a great app – hope to win!

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  28. Sheila

    This would be great to go along with my studio sight reading challenge.

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