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Premiere Pro "normalize all peaks to 0" leads to no audio

Community Beginner ,
Aug 20, 2021 Aug 20, 2021

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I am using PP 14.3 and merging video with multiple audio tracks recorded in the field at 32 bit float.  I need to normalize the peaks for a lot of the audio (and have plenty of head room to fix hot audio) but when I use that feature in Audio Gain, the audio is cancelled. The meter window reflects good levels but I cannot hear the tracks anymore.  Why is this happening?  Is there a fix? Thanks in advance!

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And I am having trouble undoing the Normalize command so I can go back to logging footage with the original audio levels.

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Aug 20, 2021 Aug 20, 2021

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Let me move this to the Premiere Pro forum for you, which is the appropriate forum for your question.

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gotta say, I've always found the normalize in Premiere problematic.   If you have the full CC suite, you might try sending the audio to Audition.  I usually just roughly balance the audio manually as I'm editing if I'm not going to outsource the sound design and then fine tune it when I lock picture, but I'm old school and this is probably not what you want to hear.  You might try converting the audio files to a lower bitrate and see if that solves the problem.  Should be pretty simple to do a test and then unlink and relink the files...  Hopefully someone else has better advice...

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