My most used plug-ins for a serious no-holds-barred DAW are the Izotope RX panel, Noise Central, and the Compressor, all of which just work like magic. I highly recommend vogue as it adds a ton of creative control not to mention reverb and delay.
GASP is similar to Logic in that it runs on Steinberg's Apollo platform. GASP offers more features. Mainly, it offers delay and reverb with a great sounding grain than Logic. It also integrates easily with various VSTs, making it a plug-in you can use and trust.
The Serato DJ Intro Uber is a must for every professional DJ. It brings to the table a great interface, along with sound design, sampling, song ordering, etc. Plus, it has an easy to use controller which is highly recommended if you've never used a DJ controller before.
Simple. Most professional DAWs contain every single feature you could ever ask for. The main reason it’s important to pick one is that the same feature set doesn’t necessarily work with every software package. That’s fine if it’s a small company making their first software, but it’s not worth mastering anything if you’re the only one that uses it.
Betabeat, an app from Hearst Digital Media, was made to create video games. A freelance DJ made a beta version of the app to help with creating and scheduling dj sets. While it was made for the same purpose, the app has a large amount of features and works much smoother than ANY video creation software. It's great for both making music videos and bonus features. d2c66b5586