Yeah, I can't Ctrl-z it unless I want to go back 200 steps.
Why is this not applied as effects are? Why can't you tick it on and off?
How about re-normalizing it back to 0db? Will that work?
Seems to me that normalizing audio is a very dangerous thing to play with if you can never undo it later on down the road.
I would say that normalize audio is about the stupidest thing in Premiere. At least it doesn't destroy your original clip, but it does the next worse thing--it destroys your project if you want to tweak the audio in the future.
It should come with a big warning label.
Why cant you go back to the original sound clips?
And do what? Replace them with the originals?
I have a sequence with several hundred clips in it. The normalize audio was applied to the whole sequence, so I'm assuming it did its thing on all the clips. It would be a disaster to have to relink all those again if that's what needs to be done.
Fortunately I'm a habitual incremental saver, so I was able to find a previous version that was pre-normalized. I imported that sequence into my current project and the problem is solved. But if I hadn't had that saved version, I would be a little upset.
Now I know. Don't use normalize ever.
I keep getting the impression that you normalised a Nested Sequence (from your other current posts and you said "whole sequence").
If so...go back to the original sequence and renest it. The original edit sequence wil not have had Normalise applied to it.