Hey Todd, thanks for your help. Tried that, but the Mac ver. here: http://help.adobe.com/en_US/premierepro/cs/using/WS3F181A76-C7FB-448b-9174-DC2081B82CC1.ht ml#WS90590210-D9C7-4a38-9346-9973E00AFCEA
Do you have another USB audio device, like a cheapo USB headset, that you could try? I've got a Logitech H-something-or-other that works fine--but again, on Windows. If you can try that, that would help determine if it's the device or Premiere Pro (since we know the system detects and is able to use it).
Yeah, that is on my list today. I have one of those Logitech plug-&-play usb mics. I have a suspicion that it has to do with the USB interface, or trying to get signal into Prem Pro through a usb interface. Accordingly, also on my list is to out put sound from the Fast Track Pro outputs (not usb) to the line-in on the Mac Pro and see if Prem. will accept that.
Thanks Collin, I'll post back with updates.
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USB mic connections can be rather hit-or-miss. Some work fine, while others just do not.
The Line-In would be my rec., as that should work perfectly.
Just wanted to quick post that I've solved this riddle and will be posting my results asap.
While I have solved the problem, there is too much to post regarding this issue, and is really is specific to my editing configuration. So, I'm just going to leave it as is. However, if anyone needs help in the future with a pertinent problem, I'll stay subscribed to this topic, and will be happy to lend a helping hand. My thanks to all who replied and helped.