Need an interactive and more engaging way to support your students as they learn to read music?

Could you use an additional resource with music notation broken down into simple steps?

What about your assessments and answer sheets already written for you?

How about a way to track your students’ progress?

Read The Dots is here to help.

Hi, I’m Mark Deeks. You may know me from my work with the BBC, Sing United & Gareth Malone. I’ve also worked with artists such as Faye Tozer (Steps), The Royal Northern Sinfonia, Lindisfarne and Sonata Arctica to name just a few.

I’ve been a professional musician and have performed internationally for more than 20 years. I’ve provided services as a musical director, pianist, composer and arranger. And I’ve worked with a wide range of people to help improve their musical abilities, from teaching Lenny Henry the piano to coaching choirs for the BBC.

During my career I have had to get people “up to speed” quickly, and I’ve developed a system to help anyone read and understand written music.

It’s also probably worth mentioning that I’ve taught piano for more than 25 years, and taught every age in the classroom for 15 years too. I know how useful it can be to have an additional learning resource ready at hand that not only helps your students, but dramatically cuts your preparation and marking time.

Now I’m giving your students the opportunity to learn to read music using Read The Dots.

Have Your Students EVER Said…

“It’s too hard to read music”

“I love playing but I can’t follow the music we’re given”

“You use terms I don’t understand”

“I give up – I couldn’t read the music fast enough”

But it’s not your fault!

You and I both know that music theory can be dry, paper-based and highly academic. 

It’s no wonder lots of students think reading music is hard.
They think it requires years of practice. They think it’s 
too complicated.

I’ve even had people say:

“I don’t think I’ll ever be able to learn to read music…”


I believe that ANYONE can learn to
read music using Read The Dots!

See inside the Members Area…


What is Read The Dots?

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Read The Dots is a simple system of short videos that build students’ music reading abilities and confidence.

“It’s like a Netflix ‘boxset’ for
learning to read music!”

When your organisation signs up to Read The Dots, every user can then access the Members Area on any mobile device or desktop computer. There you’ll find a structured series of short videos that condense all the ‘good stuff’ into simple, easy to understand lessons.

The Admin of the group can also access the answer sheets that accompany the worksheets that come written for every lesson, meaning your assessments are written for you. And your mark sheet is good to go too!

Oh and your organisation can have unlimited sub-accounts, each with their own login. That means every student can mark off their own individual progress. It also means you can keep an eye on who has completed which task!

My mission is to make learning to read music accessible to ANYONE. Read The Dots uses simple short videos and easy to understand course materials so that anyone, with ANY musical ability can do it.

What Users Say About Read The Dots…

Some of the comments members have shared
after signing up

“I really enjoy the videos,
they can be fitted into a
busy lifestyle.

Highly Recommended.”

Fiona, Read The Dots member

It’s really nice to revist
beginner stuff too.”

Dan, Read The Dots member

“Clear, easy to follow, in
handy bite-sized chunks”

Jane, Read The Dots member

“THE investment
of the year!”

Darren, Read The Dots member

“Videos are well presented and easy
to follow. Being able to dip in and out
whenever you have the time is a
great benefit, can set (your) own
pace and milestones.”

Malcolm, Read The Dots member

What Will Your Students Learn With Read The Dots?

Read the Dots covers EVERYTHING your students need to know about reading music and music theory. If they are:

  • A beginner and need to start with the basics?
  • Playing by ear and want to understand notation?
  • More advanced skills and are studying for exams?

No matter what level of musical ability they currently have, if you want to help them learn how to read music, then Read The Dots shows has EXACTLY what they need to know.

Here are just some of the 60+ topics covered…

  • Basic Reading Concepts
  • Dynamics & Clefs
  • Beat vs Rhythm
  • Your 5 Most Important Note Lengths
  • Time Signatures
  • Basic Rhythm Reading
  • Using Key Signatures
  • Major Scales
  • Types of Minor Scale
  • The Scale Spelling Method
  • Pentatonic Scales
  • The Blues Scale
  • Counting in Music
  • The Modes
  • Chords and Harmony
  • Major and Minor Triads
  • Sus Chords
  • Extended and Altered Chords

…and much, MUCH more. Your subscription gives you access to over 60 professionally produced videos and a whole library of support materials. It’s a genuine bargain at the current price!

Read The Dots is packed with 20+ years of professional musical
experience. Then I added all the tips, tricks and ‘secrets’ I have
learned whilst performing, teaching, training, and conducting.

All of this is condensed into Read The Dots
and is available to EVERYONE!


If You’re Ready to Start, Click Here

What Do We Get Subscribing to Read The Dots?

Read The Dots is the complete package to learn how to read music. Here’s what you get access to…

  • Over 60 ‘Bite-Size’ training videos
  • Students can mark off their own progress
  • Step by step learning program
  • Library of reference materials
  • See improvements with worksheets & answers
  • A ‘jargon buster’ PDF guide
  • Access the content 24/7 for unlimited sub-accounts
  • 100% Moneyback guarantee

All Backed by My 30 Day ‘No Quibble’ No-Questions-Asked 100% Money-Back Guarantee, for Your Total Peace of Mind.

Ready to make teaching your students easier?

Don’t Forget!

Your Licence is Backed by My 30 Day ‘No Quibble’ No-Questions-Asked 100% Money-Back Guarantee for Your Total Peace of Mind.

If you have ANY questions about Read The Dots OR
reading music join my FREE Facebook group click here.