Beyond the basics of sight reading that everyone talks about, what are some of the skills you need to learn to sight read advanced and complex pieces?
What are the nuances and techniques that not a lot of people know, but only people of a higher level of understanding know?
I'm nowhere advanced but I think there's just more than reading ahead. I feel like you can find anchor points or something, or you can take something complex and simplify it in your brain and chunking it for easy reference, but I do not know the details of it and how to acquire the skill.
I want to learn something not just for the talented — like people who have perfect pitch and can do things that normal people cannot, or people with insane memory like photographic memory. I just want to know something that can be practice and learned.