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I wasn't sure what section to post this in, so Ill post it here since this is the closest ..

Iv tried to get a hold of an ear training program, but I always get too many results, not knowing whats good and whats not. So can anyone recommend a good one?

Thanks.
#2
I don't know if it's good but: http://www.miles.be/

Here's a website: http://www.good-ear.com/servlet/EarTrainer


Don't know if those will help but i figured i'd try.
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#3
Also, if you want to stray away from programs, have someone you know play the piano and without looking, tell them the scale tones.

For instance, in C, have them play a I to V, and then tell them it's a 1 5, Have them play a I IV, etc. It will help you recognize how the scale sounds and which notes are which scale tone.
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#5
There is a software for Mac... Can't remember what it's called, but it's on the school macs here. I can post it here when I find out =)

(I don't know if it's only for the Mac.)
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#7
The eartraining software I was talking about is called Auralia. You can check if it's out for PC yourself. =)
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