Apogee ONE – How to Record Voiceovers in Premiere CS6
In this tutorial we will show you how to use ONE with Premiere Pro.
To follow this tutorial, you will need ONE, Mac OS 10.6.8 or greater and Premiere Pro CS6.
Make sure ONE is connected to your Mac via the provided USB cable, and that your headphones are plugged in.
Open Premier Pro and create a new project.
Select “Preferences, Audio Hardware, and under “Default Device” select ONE. Click OK.
For now set the buffer to 128. For best latency performance, you can set the buffer lower. However, You may need to set the buffer higher depending on the size of the project you are working on.
Select “Audio Output Mapping”, Under Map Output, Select ONE, Click OK.
Open Maestro, located in the Applications folder. Here you can select from the different ONE input choices. Change source to “Internal mic” if you are using ONE’s built in Mic, “External Mic” if you are using a dynamic or ribbon mic, “External 48volt mic” if you are using a condenser mic.
For now select “Internal Mic”
In Premiere, click on “Audio track mixer” in the clip viewer window. Click the “Record Enable” button on the track you wish to record to.
Adjust your levels, and record.