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If Idris Elba (or DJ Big Driis) can perform a two-hour set at Coachella despite his grueling acting career, then so can you. You don’t even have to be crowned as the Sexiest Man Alive to pursue DJ-ing. All you need is a passion for creating music magic and a feature-rich digital audio workstation (DAW) to start working the turntables.
For the world’s highest-paid DJs like Calvin Harris, David Guetta, and Steve Aoki, and genius producers like Kendrick Lamar and Chris Martin, their DAW of choice is Apple’s very own Logic Pro.
Remember when your jaw dropped as you watched Calvin Harris demo how he mixed the banger that is “Slide”? At the center of his production workflow was yup, you named it: Logic Pro. He used the software to cut, combine, and edit a variety of audio elements. But it’s easier seen than done. Ogling at a renowned musician produce hits like it’s no big deal may make you feel