What actually happens when, Adobe Premiere Pro Sound or Audio doesn’t come out on Headphones, while on PC Computer Speakers out sound/Audio?
NOTE: WHEN YOU CAN USE A COMPUTER BUILT-IN MICROPHONE TO CAPTURE YOU VOICE, YOU WILL MOSTLY USE A HEADSET/USB MICROPHONE TO REDUCE THE ROOM TO THE RECORDING TIME.
Adobe Premiere Pro Audio Output Headphones Not working
Adobe Premiere Pro audio doesn’t come out on headphones, even though on desktop speakers it’s fine, why? How to handle it. There are several possibilities that cause no audio or sound to come out in Headphones. Among them are possible:
Due to “Speaker” Settings on PC Compute or laptop or Mac
Which is true, the setting is for the speaker output, not for the Headphone jack. Try to check the settings
How to set the microphone
Plug the USB headset/microphone into the computer. Open Audio System Preferences for the computer (Apple>System Preferences>Sound).
Under the Input tab, select the USB headset/microphone (Each model is labeled differently) and adjust the input volume with the horizontal slider.
Test Speak into the microphone while adjusting the slider and aiming to get the meter in the upper 3/4 range.
Under the Output tab, Select USB headset/microphone.
Back in Adobe Premiere, go to Premiere Pro>Preferences>Audio Hardware.
Set the Default Device drop-down menu to your USB headset (Each headset model is labeled differently)
Creating a new audio track
On the Menu Tab go to Sequence>Add tracks.
In this window you can create new video and audio tracks. Add “0” video track and “1” Audio track.
Pay attention to the placement options. In this case it will be placed after the Audio 3 track. Make sure the track type is set to mono (USB headset is mono microphone).
Recording Voice Over
In Menu Go to Window>Audio Mixer>your current sequence. Here you will see all the audio tracks in your order.
On the newly created track click the “R” button to enable recording on that track.
Optional: Clicking the “S” button will mute all other audio tracks (AKA Solo) so you won’t hear them while recording and clicking the “M” button will mute the sound above the track so you won’t hear your own voice while recording which could be distracting.
Optional: You can enable “Meter Input Only” in the small pull down menu located at the top right corner of the Audio Mixer. This will allow you to see the audio level of the microphone and make adjustments to your voice or System Audio Preferences to get the optimal recording level. Aim for 0dB.
Click the red record button at the bottom of the audio mixer window to put Premiere into Record standby mode. Move the playhead in the timeline to where you want to start recording. In the Audio Mixer window click the Play button at the bottom of the window to start recording. Click the Stop button to stop recording.
The recording will be placed on the timeline and in your Project window.