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Lots of iOS externals for performance: how do you hook it up? Suggest a hub? DJ Controllers
Old 1st February 2019
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Lots of iOS externals for performance: how do you hook it up? Suggest a hub?

Greetings. This is for a rock band setting. I've got a Linnstrument, a MIDI Fighter Twister, and an audio interface. I'd like to be able to use my USB-C iPad Pro, but also occasionally my older lightning iPhone.

I'm wondering how others are hooking up similar setup for iOS: 2 controllers, audio interface, iOS device.

The obvious answer is a hub, but all of the USB-c hubs come with a tiny USB-C cable that will fall out of my iPad when it's on its side with all the other peripherals plugged in.

Tl;dr: I am looking for a powered USB hub that will provide enough power for an iPhone or an iPad Pro, a Linnstrument, a MIDI Fighter Twister, and an audio interface. It needs to be stable and not have a tiny cable that will fall out of my device.

THANK YOU.
Old 2nd February 2019
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Greetings. This is for a rock band setting. I've got a Linnstrument, a MIDI Fighter Twister, and an audio interface. I'd like to be able to use my USB-C iPad Pro, but also occasionally my older lightning iPhone.

I'm wondering how others are hooking up similar setup for iOS: 2 controllers, audio interface, iOS device.

The obvious answer is a hub, but all of the USB-c hubs come with a tiny USB-C cable that will fall out of my iPad when it's on its side with all the other peripherals plugged in.

Tl;dr: I am looking for a powered USB hub that will provide enough power for an iPhone or an iPad Pro, a Linnstrument, a MIDI Fighter Twister, and an audio interface. It needs to be stable and not have a tiny cable that will fall out of my device.

THANK YOU.
I don't have an answer, but the iOS musicians and programmers hanging out at the audiobus forums probably will. This board on GS is pretty....
Old 2nd February 2019
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I don't have an answer, but the iOS musicians and programmers hanging out at the audiobus forums probably will. This board on GS is pretty....
Thanks. Will try there.
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