Apple is helping to promote its Today at Apple sessions, which are already wildly popular, by bringing in successful musical artists to spruce things up.

Apple’s Music Lab is meant to help people learn about music creation. In this case, Apple’s latest effort features Taylor Swift and will let folks remix one of her popular songs using GarageBand and more. The new Today at Apple session starts on Friday, August 23.

This is technically Apple’s third Music Lab. The first session featured Madonna, while the second boasted music from Billie Eilish. This session will focus on using GarageBand on an iPhone (in which Apple will provide the necessary hardware), which will be guided by Apple’s own Creative Pros at the Apple Store.

Here’s Apple’s description of the new Music Lab:

Exclusively in Apple Stores, get hands-on with tracks direct from your favourite Apple Music artists. In this session, you’ll deconstruct Taylor Swift’s song You Need To Calm Down, find out what inspired her and create your own version of the song using GarageBand on iPhone. Devices will be provided.

The new session will coincide with the wide release of Taylor Swift’s newest album, Lover. You can sign up for a session at your local Apple Store through this link.

Apple will more than likely continue these types of Today at Apple events across the globe for quite some time. The sessions themselves, which started out as a way to learn about Apple’s devices, have broadened quite a bit. That includes new AR[T] walks, which feature augmented reality to help boost artists.

Do you plan on going to Apple’s latest Today at Apple Music Lab?