Yes. Do you have questions about the methods?
Please remind us on what computer operating system your Premiere Elements 13 is running
Using your own music.....
Yes, with important but.....
If your music is from iTunes, more than likely you will get some sort of error message from the program when you try to import the iTunes music into Premiere Elements (most versions including 13). In that case, please convert the iTunes music to the wav version in iTunes using the following iTunes instructions.
If you are getting program error message using Premiere Elements 13 Add Media/Files and Folder with other than iTunes music, please give the source and properties of that music.
Using USB Microphone....Not recommended by Adobe....See Adobe ReMe
As for Premiere Elements narration clips using the its Narration Tool
1. Adobe documentation indicates the USB microphone do not work in Premiere Elements and suggest the use of microphones that connect to the computer via computer jack.
But, there are some scattered cases where the user has found a USB microphone that has worked for him or her.
2. Be sure to check Edit Menu/Preferences/Audio Hardware ASIO settings to assure that Input and Output are enabled.
3. There have been reports (Premiere Elements several versions) where addition of narration using the Narration Tool results in loss of pre-existing
sound on numbered audio track clips and soundtrack.
4. In my particular Premiere Elements 13 on Windows 8.1 64 bit, I have found that I need to set the Mic Sensitivity all the way to the left to avoid
serious audio distortion.
I have tried to give you an overview to avoid surprises if you have not used the features that you pointed to in your thread question. Please let me know if you need further information.