I have Premiere Pro CC - so everything is updated. But I’ve noticed since the latest update when I cut audio clips, the start of the next clip gets muffled. I've tried nudging around exactly where the cut is but sometimes you need the audio file to start right from the cut, but this is when it sounds the worst. Both constant power and exponential fade do nothing to help the issue. Any suggestions?
Is this happening with all file formats and codecs? What is the source of the files in the project?
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Thanks for your response, Vidya.
I think it's actually the denoise effect causing the issue. It was only distorted for the audio clips, so I reproduced the problem by applying the DeNoise effect on the music track and cutting it.
I am using Adobe Premiere Pro CC v 13.0 (Version 13.03 Build 9)
The files are .wav and sourced from my external hard drive.
This has happened in every project and sequence I have created since Premiere Pro upgraded and DeNoiser was replaced with DeNoise.
I have just deleted media cache files and the problem persists.
That's seriously such a bummer, Peru. Thanks for the link. Have reported it.
Did anyone figure this out?? I have the same exact issue on my end. If I remove denoise effect and reexport the muffling is fixed, however the noise which I am trying to eliminate is there. Please advise someone. Thank you.
I am also having this issue with the Denoise effect. I found a solution on another forum that partially helped - removing the effect from individual clips and applying it to the entire audio track via the audio track mixer. This fixed the problem of muffled sound on cuts. However, I am still having a few seconds of muffled audio at the start of the track when the effect first kicks in.
I'm having this issue too and it's driving me crazy. It sounds like someone is putting out a cigarette every few seconds in one of my scenes where I'm just trying to get rid of some static noise in the background. I keep playing with the Make Up Gain and the percentage of Denoise I'm using but it doesn't seem to go away. Hopefully there's an update soon because I really need to finish this short film and this audio isn't cutting it as is.
I have used a similar workaround as hollyn's, but rather than applying the DeNoise effect to the whole track, I have exported audio only (for just the problem audio) when my project was ready for final export, then brought it back in and replaced the problem audio. Now, since it's one clip and there are no cuts for the DeNoise effect to mess up on, the effect seems to work.
Hi, i know im a bit late to the party, but last night i was really struggling with this issue and I am certainly a beginner. i spent hours looking for a way to get rid of the "putting out a cigarette sound" even thought of just accepting it. As a hail mary i decided to remove the denoise from every individual audio clip and exported normally and it worked. I think the denoise is the problem, but like I said i am still a newbie, so i can't be 100% sure. It just worked for me. So i hope you guys have either figured out a way by now, or hope this helps. Just thought i would input my experience because this is the only forum i found even addressing the issue.
I was having this same issue and it appears I have solved it. In the audio track mixer, I changed it to "read" in the drop down menu.