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Never Ending (With Effects)

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Jan 7, 2012 | 3:13 PM EST
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2.5 MB
1 min 51 sec
4.38 / 5.00

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Rated 4.38 / 5 stars
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Author Comments

This is a short piano piece that I came up with a few years ago. I've slowly tweaked it over the years, and I think it's finally gotten to a place that I'm comfortable with to showcase. It's still rough in every sense of the word, but I'm sick of being a perfectionist and never releasing any music, so here it is, as it is.

The song gets its name because I was asked to give it a name when taking a college intro to piano class, and simply couldn't come up with one at the time. I told the teacher that I had a hard time on the ending, because I couldn't find a way to close the song, or fill in the middle with everything I wanted. He responded, "Does it never end, or do you never want it to end?". Take that sentence however you will, but I thought it was a pretty awesome response. Anyway, that's how it got its name, enjoy this rough version of Never Ending

-EFFECTS VERSION- (clean version with just piano exists)

Ratings and reviews much appreciated, thanks for listening.



Rated 4 / 5 stars

Sounds awesome and there is nothing wrong with static rain in a song like this, just make it a bit lower in volume.


Rated 4 / 5 stars

Goddamn SFX!

The piano pieces are quite nice. The music mastering is very good.

But the SFX... *face-n-palm* if you want rain or shit like that, lower the volume and next time be creative, like add thunders or something.

Beside you don't really need pads (or string) in the background. Replace it with delay and/or light reverb.

Matt-Porter responds:

There's a clean version of the song on my profile as well, for those who don't like the effects. I agree the rain is too loud, but there is a bit of thunder in there :)


Rated 4 / 5 stars


First of all, I love the piano piece. I think it is very moody by itself. I don't think you need the endless rain. At first, the rain and thunder sounds cool, but it gets old rather quickly. Maybe turn it down a little, to be more subtle. I think the original piece is a little empty, maybe, and this version is a little to crowded. Something in between will be perfect!

Matt-Porter responds:

Thanks for the notes, I definitely agree with you. The main reason for the rain was that I too knew the main piece was too empty, the ambiance filled in some of the blanks for me, for now. I agree it's a bit crowded, and a bit repetitive at that. One day it'll be a complete piece, with more variation in melody, and less reliant on rain ambiance, so goes the plan. Thanks for the kind words and honest review, much appreciated.