The blend of bass, electric guitars was everything. I could be wrong but that electric may have had a little acoustic slightly blended? I am probably wrong about the acoustic but that was a nice blend....when the bass came in It gave me a warm feeling. I loved it. I know this is film based because it definately fits. It just need some vocals and you might have yourself a hit there. I thoroughly enjoyed this musical peice. Music respect on your future endeavours my good sir.
United States, New Jersey
Strong Melodic Ideas, Well Played
First off think there is some excellent playing in this track and some really well thought out, strong melodic and arrangement ideas. I personally feel that perhaps another element added to the main theme after its first play through would help engage the listener more and drive higher listening retention as the song progresses. I believe with a few tweaks and mastering to industry standards this track could be very successful for licensing.
United Kingdom, Oswestry
So there was a band in the early 80's called Sky and I was and still am a big fan. This track has a real Sky feel that I like a lot. Nice celtic style guitar work at the begining and end. Super rhythm work in the main section. Very smooth to listen to. Nice work.
I really love the sound of the guitar on intro, The Bass is suttle works perfect. The Rhythm on the guitar is well down. The drum adds a lot to the push of the song. The guitar intro and outro lick is very well played.
United States, California, Arroyyo Grande
Dublin Trip for sure very Gaelic vibe.. bright and up feel ..good musicianship all the way around has that movie sound track vibe like a traving part of a movie...Dublin brings to mind literary giants, Georgian architecture, and Guinness galore. Nights there are alive with pub crawls and spirited music. But the days are also full of revelry, with enchanting architecture, tucked-away bookstores, and singular museums like the Chester Beatty. Green spaces abound, such as the St Stephens Green or Iveagh Gardens. And no trip is complete without a tour of a local distillery, where you can sample local spirits like Jameson or Teeling...this song brings that all to life...Good on ya.
United States, Michigan, Detroit
"Dublin Trip" instrumental review
Hi Michel, another guitar instrumental with nice arrangements and cool guitar motive! I like the rhythm change somewhere in the middle of the composition. This one could be used as a motive of some interesting movie. Well done, looking forward to hearing more songs of you. Cheers~ Igor
Serbia and Montenegro, Kikinda
Really good composition. Its a Song with a deep message behind, that touches something by the listener. Keep on doing you' re Kind of music, expression you want to. I wish you really all the best for the new beginning year - 2022- Stay healthy and happy as well! Hope you'll get in a creative process to create more songs, music can heal and gives us hope all over the planet! That is what I think about it. Hope you'll understand the mean conetent ?! Greets, Judith M, Germany
I like the sound of the guitar. The musical theme is also nice to listen to. Good work. On the whole, however, I think that a little more can happen. But maybe it's specially made so that you maybe sing to it yourself or add a melody with an instrument.
Chitarra a gogo
Chiarra a gogò con giri di accordi che siviluppano durante la canzone con un motivetto supportato da un organo mentre il chitarrista ritmata e svisa a piacere e continua così fino alla fine
Italy, dalmine bg
The Dublin Trip Review
The Dublin Trip song has a great groove mixed with some great chord changes. The recording is clean and the guitar playing is spot on. The melody is quite catchy so I think it would also be great to hear some lyrics to the song. Play on Michael!
United States, Pennsylvania
true celtic music...but produced at top quality... the 2 chords..that's all ya need...but it goes in plenty other directions too...and back again...for those who dont get the celtic thing...there's a touch of jazz in here too..top quality..doesnt need no vocs..good job man
Very nice composition - very well performed and well produced - For a instrumental composition the music style is kind of special - sophisticated but popular genre very well suited in world music - Solo instruments, guitar is very well suited with arrangement which is very rich with well played instruments - In my opinion this composition have all attributes to be internationally promoted - So go for it - This is great work - Keep on and do more of this fantastic music - Thank you I enjoy... RESPECT ????????????
Spain, Las Americas - Tenerifa
...... ......great...........all the instruments are in sync the sounds the way it flows .........I can be driving I can be relaxing and kero listening ..........it surely has it's own drive and unique i really enjoyed this one lp e to hear more from this artist ...........one other thing the musicianship is really interesting and well done..............I want to thank tbis artist for allowing to review this song.........thank you ..... This is Steve from voodoo dancer thsnk you again......................................
United States, New York, Middle village
Smoooooooth and Coooooooool!
Nice opening guitar riff! against a background of pads bass licks and drum accents, builds up a nice sense of percolating anticipation, then when the full groove gets going, really draws you in to a world of slick coolness. Could be really appropriate for many different types of film scenes, for example, riding on a motorcycle down a country road, swag walking in cool threads that turn all the heads (John Travlota style), etc. Production is also great and balance is perfect for any kind of score - nice job!
United States, New York, New York
It's good to hear a professional! Putting the right notes in the right places is an art. Only the artist knows how much time and energy you have to invest to deliver special work. Congratulations!
Great traveling song
Great traveling music is always good to have. The intro to the song is a bit long and could have gone to the Am and G rythum sooner. An acoustic guitar at the beginning of the Am and G rythum would have sounded great before you go into the electric guitar riff. I think the structure of the song is very well balanced and keeps one engaged. The song has a certain mystery about it as if going on an unknown journey. Nice clean recording and I like the flute synth at the beginning of the song. Overall a very nice composition.
United States, Indiana, Kokomo
DUBLIN TRIP by MICHEL.F CONDRACQ FAITH MUSIC
Im extremely interested to listen to and hear what this transpires to be, Ive been to both Dublin which was a super interesting City and an exciting place to be with your friends. On the other hand your hometown of Edinburgh is a more cultured place to visit and so much history on show, Wow, that introductory riff on the electric guitar is so essentially Irish and Gaelic with the pipes and the punchiness of the percussion very much like the Bodhran?. The imagery and delightful environmental atmosphere is certainly captured with the obvious invitation to move in time and dance whether that's contemprary swaying or indeed the more traditional jig. You really have captured the ~City well done
United Kingdom, Bridport
Love the guitar intro. Nice sound and slow build intro. I would cut intro slightly since it goes on a very long time which may turn some listeners off, at least that's just my personal opinion.
United States, California, Sacramento
Dublin Trip Review
Awesome melody and flow The guitar add a smoothness to the track Great break-on time Will recommend to my circle to check this track out Music to listen too when you are relaxing 5 stars all the way
United States, Maryland, Baltimore
Review of Dublin Trip
Thank you for asking me to review your music. This starts out with nice guitar riff and bass line that leads into a nice rhythm. There are a number of great transitions. I also like how how clear and crisp the sound is, it just gives it a nice feel throughout the piece. I would imagine be on a road trip through the mountains. Overall a nice feel throughout.with a consistency keeping the interest which important. Great work! All the best!
United States, Utah, Logan