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Why are audio clips softer at the start?

New Here ,
Oct 27, 2022 Oct 27, 2022

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So when I trim an audio clip into shorter clips, for some reason, each clip starts with a fade in effect (gradual increase in volume) although I did not apply any audio transitions to them. I checked to make sure that the volume level, audio gain, etc. were not tweaked so I'm sure it was not my doing. The gradual increase in volume seems to be applied automatically to each clip that is trimmed. How can I prevent that from happening? Thanks.

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Community Expert , Oct 28, 2022 Oct 28, 2022

Premiere often has issues with noise reduction, try removing it to see if that fixes your fade problem. Audition works a lot better for noise reduction but if you want to stick with Premiere try adding the NR to the whole track using the track mixer, it may work better.

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Oct 28, 2022 Oct 28, 2022

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Have you applied any Audio noise reduction either to the clips or the track?

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Oct 28, 2022 Oct 28, 2022

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Yes I applied a DeNoise to each clip. The resulting clips become softer in general but there is also a fade in effect at the beginning of each one. Is that normal?

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Premiere often has issues with noise reduction, try removing it to see if that fixes your fade problem. Audition works a lot better for noise reduction but if you want to stick with Premiere try adding the NR to the whole track using the track mixer, it may work better.

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Oct 28, 2022 Oct 28, 2022

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Ah, I see. Guess I'll try those out. Thanks a lot for your answer 🙂

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May 09, 2023 May 09, 2023

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Hello. I apply the noise reduction to the track and still have the problem. Did you come up with another solution? 

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May 08, 2023 May 08, 2023

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Greetings. I still have the issue with softer audio at the start of certain clips. Here is another solution for this?

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