Double track embeded in one track - can it be fixed in Premiere Pro

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Feb 10, 2021

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Hi!

I have an issue with a recording I received where one audio track in the recoding has the same track twice - which creates an echo sound. Is there a way to fix this somehow in Premiere Pro and make it one track?

Not an advanced user of the software so much help will be appreciated - thanks!

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Ann, thanks for the comment - a screenshot of the issue.

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Adobe Community Professional ,
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You can change the stereo to mono in the modify > audio channels (right click on clip in project window)

You can do them all in one go.

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Thank you for the help - I looked more into the clip and it seems to be an issue with the recording itself, as some parts of the audio are ok 😞

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