US songwriter writes and records song from scratch at Apple store in just six hours

This is the amazing moment two San Diego musicians created an entire song FROM SCRATCH at an Apple store.

Multi-talented Cael Dadian wrote, recorded, produced, and mixed the song using Logic Pro software on an instore iMac in SIX HOURS as customers shopped.

Dadian used all stock sounds and plug-ins to craft the catchy song and had had help from fellow musician Drewmat, who is also seen in the video, recorded at Apple's Fashion Valley, San Diego store on July 18.

Dadian told Newsflare: "My friend Drewmat and I went into our local Apple store with a microphone, audio interface, headphones, and some iPhones that we used as cameras.

"Since most Apple store iMacs have Logic Pro (recording software) built in, we used it to build a full instrumental from scratch, wrote out the lyrics, and recorded vocals all in one visit (which took about six hours). We limited ourselves to only using stock Logic sounds, plug-ins, and only the computer's default settings and features."

Dadian subsequently decided to name the song, appropriately enough, "Apples and Oranges."