Try it, report back the results for others. (Yours is certainly a uncommon work flow.)
Well, that was a good and simple idea.
- Exported mono track to Audition, added 5 sec silence at the beginning of the track. Saved in Audition.
- Went back to PProCC, and sure enough only one track was affected.
- I'm all about workflow, but I'm so mew at this I'm not at all surprised that it's an unusual workflow.
There's a lot of noise in these audio tracks - live theater recording, boomy room (which I know I can't do much about) but also several periods of obnoxious industrial noise - refrigeration unit going on next door, and whatever else - and I do think I can do something about that. But I'd like noise reduction to happen on both tracks in Audition, and it appears that I can't do that with the two mono tracks set up the way they are. So it appears that I've spent a ton of time trying to edit noise out of the audio, only to now discover that I've only been affecting one of the tracks, which is why, I guess, the noise isn't going away. Oy!!! Do I have any options for being able to edit both audio tracks simultaneously? Thanks for the help.
Don't know. I've never used that exact work flow.