by Native Instruments

Watch: Justin Kauflin on accessibility, NKS and working with Quincy Jones

Justin Kauflin explains how the accessibility features of KOMPLETE KONTROL
have enhanced his music-making.

The accessibility features of KOMPLETE KONTROL software have opened up a new world of sonic possibilities for blind and visually impaired musicians. One of these musicians is Justin Kauflin, an award-winning jazz pianist. After developing a close friendship with jazz-legend Clark Terry, the relationship of which was documented in the award-winning film ‘Keep On Keepin’ On’, Justin was then signed up for management by Quincy Jones. Justin’s most recent album ‘Coming Home’, released in 2018, was overseen by both Quincy Jones and Grammy- Award winning artist Derrick Hodge.

Speaking to Native Instruments in L.A., Justin explains that thanks to the speech-over, accessibility functions of KOMPLETE KONTROL, how he can produce as well as be inspired by others.

Watch Justin talk about his work with Quincy Jones, the power of finding and tweaking your sounds, plus how NKS has enhanced his music making, all with the help of the accessibility functions in KOMPLETE KONTROL.

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