You cant really hear one frame of audio for practical purposes. Audio is a waveform that generates sound waves.
What are you trying to do?
Thanks for responding to my question.
I'm trying to scrub the audio frame by frame like I do in FCP7, holding down K and pressing L to advance
a frame (or using arrows). I do this to find clapper marks (I find it faster than expanding a waveform) or find
single frame audio cut points. I like to do a basic pre-mix of the audio in the timeline before exporting an
OMF for a more involved mix and find the frame by frame scrubbing helpful.
I've found that I can scrub 'slowly' by using shift+ L or J, but that doesn't help much.
Whats about Left and Right arrow keys <- -> ?
The Left and Right arrow keys don't produce any audio on my system. I'm not sure if I accidentally disabled something
when I customized my keyboard layout. I've gone through the customize keyboard settings and can't locate anything that
would toggle this feature on and off.
Check your preferences and make sure that under the audio tab you have "Play Audio while Scrubbing" checked.
I can use the arrow keys on a PC to scrub and hear audio. When I zoom way in and see the audio waveforms, it seems to be pretty accurate.
Ha! I could have sworn that I turned that on, but it was actually switched off. Thank you
for directing me to the obvious.