Monitor MIDI using headphones with a USB Sound Hub

How to monitor audio from a MIDI keyboard in iOS (iPhone/iPad) using a device with no headphone jack.

In this video, I show you a very cool device called a “USB Sound Hub”, which enables you to plug in a USB MIDI keyboard and 3.5mm headphones to your iPhone or iPad using a lightning to USB adapter.
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Lightning to USB 3 Adapter
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