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USB Audio Interfaces

Started by arlo, December 13, 2013, 08:31:39 AM

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Set List Maker 3.4 adds the ability to send separate audio signals (either an attached recording, tempo click sound or starting pitch) to separate output ports, so you can send a stereo backing track to your PA and send tempo or pitch sounds to your headphones or in-ear monitors. (Playing two recordings simultaneously is not yet supported.)

This functionality requires a USB audio interface connected to your iOS device via the iPad Camera Connection Kit. I'm using a Roland Duo-Capture mk2:

While researching what device to buy, I found more compatible interfaces listed here, but these were more than I needed for a simple dual-stereo-ouput setup:

If you've tested a product that works or doesn't work with your iPad, please post your results here.


Like you, I was hoping to find a simple and affordable, USB-powered audio dongle with a short lightning cable and a 3.5mm socket, for a few tens of $/£.  It seems to be a tall order.  An adaptor simply uses the headphone signal.

I guess this one does it...

Have I missed one, anybody?


Don't know if this will help
I use this instead of a camera kit and it does everything I need.

Kanex iAdapt 6-in-1 Multiport USB Type-C Docking Station for 11" & 12.9" iPad Pro.

Key Features
USB 3.1 Gen 1 Type-C Port
USB 3.1 Gen 1 Type-A Port
3.5mm Audio Jack
UHS-I SDXC & microSDXC Card Slots
Supports Device Charging up to 60W
Supports 2K at 60 Hz Video Output
Supports HDCP 2.2 and 1.4
Integrated USB Type-C Cable


Thanks Kiff.  Not sure if that gives ADC audio or just a repeat of the headphone but mine is a lightning connector anyway.