Some music historians say recorded music was the death of the real musician. Well, if that's the case, digital audio workstations like Pro Tools must have finished the rest of them off. It gave you the power to professionally mix, master, and record, all from a single computer for a sliver of the price of an old studio. Wild, right? And it's probably the single reason the music industry, with its yearly budget cuts, is still able to function today. Here's a fun fact: "Livin' la Vida Loca" was the first No. 1 single to be completely made in Pro Tools.