This is a bit of a one-off article. I usually write about art, philosophy, and artistic events, but this is a special presentation. Let us talk of a new tool for advanced musical development. Ever want to become presidential at sight reading music for piano or another instrument? If you are anything like me, you have wanted to do this for years but have always found it to be boring and tedious. What if I told you it would be different this time? Read on because you just hit the jackpot, sugar.
I began playing with the beta version of SRM and found it to be a fun and simplistic experience. I must stress the advantage of the simplicity. The website does not throw frivolous information and extra pages at you. It gives the musician what they need to accomplish his/her goals without the distractions of excessive content. Evan deserves much praise for this ingeniously comfortable design.
After the initial trial, I began to explore the intermediate and advanced exercises. I was lookin' and likin'. The exercises become more rockin' and more enjoyable as the user's skill grows. They are challenging in a really fun way, and you even get to learn techniques of different genres. I played some classical, ragtime, and bluesy material. One other aspect of note is that these lessons are not watered down in any way. They are dynamically diverse from the beginning and also provide some direction for proper fingerings. This is an exceptional and professional course to becoming a great pianist.
From fulfilling melodies to surprising bonus exercises, you will have a blast at SRM. Despite my aging iMac, I am always at ease as each lesson loads and plays flawlessly. SightReadingMastery.com is currently available for pianists, but Evan informed me that other instruments may be accessible shortly. If you are not a keyboardist, see if the layout fits your needs and subscribe to the Facebook or Twitter page for updates on other instruments. I can't wait to have this groundbreaking resource for guitar and voice!
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