A new user has posted 8 answers (so far) clearly aimed at driving traffic to a particular website. The answers themselves don't raise flags with me (downvotes, maybe), and even the website reference wouldn't, except that it's eight answers in a short time.
There's no disclosure of affiliation.
Flag all of them? Flag one with note to mod about the others? Downvote? Ignore? Open a Meta discussion?
Update: I've left a comment on each of them.
Hi Steve van Christie. Welcome to Music Practice and Theory. As an FYI, answers like this, that seem geared toward driving traffic to a website, need to disclose your affiliation. Otherwise they may be considered spam and deleted.
Update 2: OP replied to each comment that he is the creator.
im creator of that site (music tools to help or test or clarificaty my answer if the others want to check or clarified it), if it's not allowed, then i'll edited the answer without the answer
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