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After about a year of being a member of the community I am now Stack Overflow Valued Associate #9 (Or Server Fault Valued Associate #1 if you like).

Besides trying to keep these sites up I will also be writing posts for the [Server Fault Blog][2].

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comment What are the most effective ear training methods ?
Raskolnikov: Can't think of anything off hand. Honestly, with the method I think of for this I software might be more of a hindrance than a help. I recommend the three volumes of Dannhauser starting with volume 1 (amazon.com/Solfege-Solf%C3%A8ges-Book-1-Dannhauser/dp/…). Remember, don't play the tunes before singing them. Just get the root note of the scale from the piano (as infrequently as possible) and find all the notes based off of that.