Jokainen sana ja liike edellyttää energiaa. Tätä energian muuntumisprosessia mitataan kaloreissa. Yksi kalori on lämpömäärä, joka kasvattaa yhden vesigramman lämpötilaa yhdellä celsiusasteella normaalipaineessa.
I've never tried to imitate a certain song this close before. In practice, I mean. Sure you can analyze stuff on paper, but that's different than trying to come close to a certain sound in practice. And where do you draw the line? How do you compose a song that's as similar as possible, but not exactly the same?
It's good to think about the core of a song first. Sure, it could be a rhythm, a chord, or even a sound or an effect. But what really makes a song unique and memorable is (almost) always the melody! It's melodies that tend to move people more deeply.
This is how our brains work whenever we hear music. We constantly analyze and organize hierarchically the sound we hear. Extracting enough symmetric or constant rhythmic information and patterns from the sound, will eventually lead to the expectation of certain kind of rhythm. How you react to a song is determined by how a composer has decided to fulfill your expectation. By choosing certain notes over others.