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Audio Distorting at the Beginning of a New Clip with "Dynamics" Audio Effect

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Nov 13, 2020

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Hey guys! Looking for some help.

All of sudden, whenever I use the Dynamics (specifically the "Soft Compression" preset) effect on audio in Premiere Pro, it distorts the first couple of frames of audio. I've never run into this issue before so maybe something has changed in Premiere? I also have a 2-frame audio crossfade on the beginning and end of every consecutive clip. I generally use this effect for talking head sequences.

When I turn my compression off, the distortion goes away. The distortion also goes away when I change my fade to "Start at Cut", but neither of these are great long term solutions in my opinion.

Anyone have any ideas? Thanks a ton!

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Audio Distorting at the Beginning of a New Clip with "Dynamics" Audio Effect

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Hey guys! Looking for some help.

All of sudden, whenever I use the Dynamics (specifically the "Soft Compression" preset) effect on audio in Premiere Pro, it distorts the first couple of frames of audio. I've never run into this issue before so maybe something has changed in Premiere? I also have a 2-frame audio crossfade on the beginning and end of every consecutive clip. I generally use this effect for talking head sequences.

When I turn my compression off, the distortion goes away. The distortion also goes away when I change my fade to "Start at Cut", but neither of these are great long term solutions in my opinion.

Anyone have any ideas? Thanks a ton!

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I recently was using the izotope adaptive noise reduction on a clip and had a similar issue.  I'm guessing that the effect your using is context sensitive so if there's not enough "pad" at the beginning of the clip, the effect isn't getting applied properly.   See what happens if you nest the clip and add a second or 2 at the beginning of the clip and apply the effect.  You'll then need to trim the beginning of the nest in the containing sequence.   I may way out of line on this, but worth a shot.  

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