I am working with an interview and ambient sounds to overlay onto photographs in Premiere Pro CC. I was cutting the interview audio and placing it in the timeline from the work station window. When I play the audio back in the timeline the man's voice is much deeper than it is in the work station, which is producing the interviewee's natural voice. What am I doing wrong with my audio transfer into the timeline?
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Can you do the full narration recording in Adobe Audition?
If so, then Save_As a PCM/WAV @ 48KHz 16-bit, and Import that file into PrPro.
If you cannot, then it's probably time to address possible HDD issues, like formatting, available free-space, etc.
Thank you, Hunt. I will give that a try.