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I am new to Adobe Premiere Pro and I was editing a video for a school project. When I listened to the audio straight from my computer (for every audio clip), it sounded fine. When I was listening to it in Premiere Pro and after exporting, it sounded muffled and scratchy. Every time I said a word that had an "s" or "t" sound, the audio would spike and hurt the viewer's ears. Please help!

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Audio Muffled and Crackling

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I am new to Adobe Premiere Pro and I was editing a video for a school project. When I listened to the audio straight from my computer (for every audio clip), it sounded fine. When I was listening to it in Premiere Pro and after exporting, it sounded muffled and scratchy. Every time I said a word that had an "s" or "t" sound, the audio would spike and hurt the viewer's ears. Please help!

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Can you give me more info about the format info of the audio please?

Can you try also to convert one clip before importing it to premiere? and tell me if the problem persists

Try to convert them to .wav

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joellebh,

Some audio tracks are .wav, some are .mp3. The one that is worst is .wav. I don't think this would be the case, but would two different types of audio files conflict with each other? As I said, that probably isn't it, but let me know if it is!

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Make sure Default input in Audio Hardware in the Preferences (under Edit) is set to None.

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 Can you tell me what are the specs of your pc and your premiere pro version 

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joellebh,

I am using a MacBook Air 2017, Dual Core 1.8 GHz Intel Core i5, 8 GB 1600 MHz DDR3 memory.

I am using Premiere Pro 2020. (Specifically 14.3.2)

I think that's everything. The speakers probably won't be needed here, because the audio sounds fine on YouTube and the audio straight off of my computer's file finder.

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