As stated on the ERA Bundle product page, Adobe Premiere is a compatible and fully supported host for ERA plug-ins.
However, there's a case the Voice autoEQ does not work as expected in Adobe Premiere on macOS systems:
Voice autoEQ does not stop trying to Learn and the respective screen overlay makes it impossible to interact with the plug-in interface. Fortunately, this happens only with the AU(AudioUnit) format of the Voice autoEQ plug-in, in macOS computers.
Ok, and what's the solution?
You can simply use the VST, instead of the AU(AudioUnit) format. Both formats are compatible with Adobe Premiere and have the same performance and features. Learn more about plug-in formats here.
Where can I find the VST format of the plug-in?
Ensure that you have located the VST in the Plug-in Manager of Adobe Premiere. You may find the VST under the respective folder in the audio effects panel of Adobe Premiere.
Tip: Disable the AU(AudioUnit) format of Voice autoEQ from within the Plug-in Manager, or simply uninstall it.
The same issue may appear even when running the Voice autoEQ from within Audio Clean-Up Assistant (AU). Simply load the Audio Clean-Up Assistant (VST).