This is normal. A1 is the only track that comes over during a multicam edit. Once you're done editing, you can nest the multicam original a second time on track 2. Delete the video portion, and move the audio up to track 1 replacing the cut audio track. Do not enable multicam and you will have all your original audio back.
Why doesn't Adobe allow playback of all the audio tracks? That's what I want it to do. That would make things so much easier. Then I don't have to export anything and bring it back in.
Just like everything else in Adobe, it should be simple and non-destructive with editable layers, all in one sequence... Then simply drag that edited sequence onto another sequence and hear everything I did from all my audio tracks, just like you do with multiple video layers nested in one sequence.
Please have them review this issue.
I've read dozens of blogs about this same issue, but no one had an answer.
Anyone else have a simple easy way of nesting the audio tracks so I can edit the audio tracks individually in one sequence, then drag and drop that sequence into another sequence, allowing me to hear every audio track from that sequence?????
Just figured it out.
First I updated software to Adobe Suite CC.
I have a sequence with multiple layers, both video and audio, on my timeline with several cameras, each with their own live sound, and a seperate music track.
I drag that layered sequence from my project bin onto my new master sequence.
Now I can actually hear every audio track from that edited sequence, even though it is nested into one single audio track on my new master sequence.
This is what I wanted.