From product reviews on YouTube to tutorial videos and Hollywood films, voiceovers are a common video production technique. If you want to record voiceovers in Adobe Premiere Pro, but don’t know where to start, here’s everything you need to know.
Configuring Your Microphone Before recording your voiceover, you need to connect your microphone to your computer and then configure Premiere Pro.
Open the Audio Hardware options by going to Premiere Pro > Preferences > Audio Hardware.
This menu allows you to configure all things audio hardware related. It may look confusing, but there’s only one setting to change. Underneath Default Input, use the drop-down menu to select your microphone.
There may be other options here such as “Built-in Microphone”, or “No input”. As I’m using a “Blue Yeti” microphone, this shows up in the list as “Yeti Stereo Microphone”.
Once you’ve chosen a default input, press OK to exit the Audio Hardware preferences panel.
Recording Your Voiceover On your timel..