Apogee One Audio interface is used for voiceover recording with a condensator Mic
The interface works in EVERY NLE or DAW except Premiere.
On the same system in works perfect in : Ableton Live, Logic, Final Cut Pro 7, Final Cut Pro X, AVID media composer, Adobe Audition.
But when you go to the Audio Hardware Preferences of Premiere it's just not there.
What is going on here?
My personal experience on OSX and Audio Interfaces is that if MAC OS has proper drivers ANY application capable of audio recording should see it.
I've never seen it otherwise. Except for Premiere.
When i connect a RME babyface interface for example it does show up in the list.
A Blackmagic device also shows up in the list.
But not with the Apogee One.
The exact same thing is happening w/ me. Have you found a solution ?
I seemed to have fixed it!
I had trouble getting my Focusrite Scarlett 2i2 to appear as an option in Adobe Premiere Pro CC on a Mac running Mavericks. It showed up in Audition, just not in Premiere.
Go to Audio Midi Setup in the Utilities folder on your Mac (or just search for Audio Midi Setup in Spotlight) and look for Adobe Premiere Pro in the list. There should be a check box to add the audio interface there. Then be sure to quit Audio Midi Setup. I think it doesn't stick unless you quit.
Then go into Premiere Preferences > Audio Hardware and choose System Default Input/Output. This should make it work. It did for me!