Earlier this month, CNet and 9to5Mac reported that some Adobe Premiere CC users had a worrying problem with the program: One bug seemed to blow up the loudspeaker model of MacBook Pros some cases. This week, Adobe released a patch for the program that fixed the issue.
In a forum post, a user reported a "really loud growl [sic]" that would not turn it off. "After it had stopped, the speakers were really quiet and after the next reboot they were clearly blown out." Others agreed with the same complaints and presented examples on YouTube.
On Friday, an Adobe representative confirmed in an answer to the forum that "a small number of users reported a problem in Premiere Pro that could affect the speakers of the latest MacBook Pro," pointing to a software patch.
The patch release indicates that four issues have been resolved: the loud noise of "playing a project and adding an effect," the screeching that occurred when a user switched between EQ presets and audio sums. " the audio is routed to multiple track outputs, effects and humming, while "silence is played with an effect on a submix track."