First of all, the idea of Sightreadingfactory is great, but I don't agree on the notation system.
I study music in the Netherlands where we learn to notate our music so the first and the middle note are always visable.
So in a 4/4 you'll see the first and the third note, in a 6/8 you'll see the first and fourth note. This way you have a clearer view of where you are in the measure.
Sightreadingfactory (I think whole of Amerika) uses a diferent notationsystem which is fine, but to me it is not as usefull as it's supose to be.
The idea of Sightreadingfactory is great, but i want it to be as usefull for everyone, and not just for people in the VS.
Greetings and happy sightreading,
Thanks for the feedback. Can you perhaps send me an example of what you are looking for in terms of the difference in the notation systems between the US and Netherlands? You can send PDFs of music to firstname.lastname@example.org. I'd be happy to look at the difference in the notation systems.