You can record to an audio track in a new sequence or record to a new audio track in an existing sequence. Premiere Pro saves the recording as an audio clip and adds it to your project.
Before recording audio, make sure that your computer has sound inputs. Premiere Pro supports ASIO (Audio Stream Input Output) devices (Windows) and Core Audio devices (Mac OS). Many devices have connectors for connecting speaker, microphone cables, and breakout boxes.
If your computer has an ASIO or Core Audio device for connecting sound input devices, make sure that the sound device settings and input volume level options are properly set. Refer to your operating system’s Help for details.
In Premiere Pro, set the default device options in the Audio Hardware Preferences for specifying the input channel used when recording.
After you connect input devices and make all preliminary settings, you can use the Audio Track Mixer in Premiere Pro to record audio. Use controls in the Audio Track Mixer to adjust the monitoring levels.
You can also record voiceovers on audio tracks directly from the Timeline without using the Audio Track Mixer workflow.
An audio clip is created from the recording and is added to both the Timeline and Project panels.