I'm experiencing a weird issue with a multicam sequence. I have two channels of mono audio, properly set up within Modify>Audio, as is the sequence. However, both audio clips are playing as if they're panned hard-left. But within the Audio Track Mixer panel, I have no pan controls, and instead there is an empty grey area where they'd normally be. Both clips are centered within Audio Clip Mixer and the Effect Controls panels.
This is an episodic project, and previous multicam sequences are as expected. My workaround will be to duplicate a previous multicam sequence, and paste the contents of the problematic sequence into it.
I figured it out!! At least for my problem. Premiere wont let you control the CLIP panning until you drop that clip into a sequence. I had a big 2-CH clip that was going to be dropped all over a sequence at different spots that I needed panned Left and Right. So I tried to bring it to clip window and pan teh two channels so , wherever I dropped it, it would already be panned (seems like that should be the way to go) - but, while the volume sliders are accessible before editing in, the pan knobs are missing UNTIL you drop it into a sequence