While working on a different sequence, the audio on tracks one and two of my primary sequence turned to complete white noise. I tried opening it up in Adobe Audition, and it's just a block of full blast static. I'm pulling my hair out. Any help would be greatly appreciated.
Thank you for the response. It appears the audio file itself is somehow corrupted. I tried opening it in iTunes and it crashes around the 45 minute mark. I attemped a new mixdown of the same session to a new audio file, and the same issue occurs.
I just updated my Focusrite Scarlett Control software, because I got a report of some sort of issue with my audio devices. Then I shut down my computer for about a 30-45 seconds, turned it back on, and I'm now applying the effects rack to a duplicate copy of the waveform file apart from session view to see if that does the trick.
Further information: my video and audio are recorded seperately and then turned into Merged Clips in assembly.
As a side note, my Focusrite very recently stopped being recognized on startup before the update, and the same thing occurs post-update, but if I turn it off and back on, it recognizes with no issues. Perhaps it's connected.
Does any of the new information ring a bell to you? Thank you for your time and advice.
Ok, so your direction to replace the footage worked perfectly fine with the .wav file, though having to re-mark all of my in and out points is going to be a real joy, considering how rapid the edits are. Thank you for your help.