Only you can tell what happened, but recapturing seems the only way.
Welcome to the forum.
Now, there could be several settings that could influence the Audio and some could lead to this sort of behavior. Rather than guessing, can you you do a screen-cap of the Timeline, featuring one of the Clips, where the Audio drops out. Please show the full Effects Control Panel with the Volume Effect open, plus the Audio Track Keyframes visible.
Thanks and good luck,
PS this is where you'll want to "attach" the screen-cap:
If an external player shows the same audio drop-outs, that's a very strong indication the issue is with the media file, not Premiere. Recapture may be the only solution.
So after messing with it, trying to re-capture, trying to find some tiny obsucure setting in the audio hardware or anywhere else I could look, I exported the sound clip, transfered it to annother system and played it there where it works fine, sounds great on that system. It seems like the issue is with QT on this system, perhapse it did an update that caused those specific sections to stop playing back... I am re installing QT now to see if that fixes the issue... Not 100% sure, I may need to transfer over to another system, does Premire Pro have the capability of exporting AAF files?
does Premire Pro have the capability of exporting AAF files?
Yes. From the PrPro 2.0 Help Files:
About AAF export
Advanced Authoring Format (AAF) is a multimedia file format that allows you to exchange digital media and metadata between platforms, systems, and applications. Authoring applications that support AAF, such as the Avid Xpress family of editing products (generally referred to as “Avid Xpress”), read and write the data in AAF files to the extent that they support the format. AAF is a widely recognized file-exchange standard for video editing.
Adobe Premiere Pro includes an AAF export command that allows you to export to AAF project files that contain clip, sequence, and editing data.
To ensure that the project you want to export conforms to general AAF specifications and is compatible with an Avid Xpress product, consider each of the following:
The AAF files exported by Adobe Premiere Pro are compatible with the Avid Xpress family of editing products (Avid Xpress DV, Avid Xpress Pro, and Avid Xpress Pro HD) and have not been tested with other AAF importers.
Transitions should appear only between two clips, not adjacent to the beginning or end of a clip. Each clip must be at least the same length as the transition.
If a clip has a transition at both its In and Out points, the clip should be at least the same length as both transitions combined.
When naming clips and sequences in Adobe Premiere Pro, avoid using special characters, accented characters, or characters that affect the parsing of an XML file. Some characters to avoid include /, >, <, ®, and ü.
AAF files exported from Adobe Premiere Pro and imported into Avid Xpress do not automatically relink to the source footage. To relink the footage, use the Offline Only batch import option in Avid Xpress.
It seems like the issue is with QT on this system
That would not be surprising. It's why Qucktime is best avoided. Don't install it. Don't use MOV clips. Just don't.