Just to make sure that I am on the correct page, you have a Sequence with several Clips, and the Audio is fine in all but one Clip. It WAS fine there, but now is not, and all you get is reverb. The Waveform Display is fine. Is that correct?
What Effects were applied to the Audio in that Clip? If you choose Render/Replace for that Audio portion of your Clip, what happens? If you select it and use the M (Match) key, what happens?
Just thinking here,
PS - can you post a screen-cap of that area of the Timeline, with your problem Clip showing and the Effects Control Panel open? That might help others find the problem.
No audio came back with your
suggestions. I had to settle
for "reverb". I'm open to
I was working with my
video "dissolves" at the end of my
clips when I lost my audio. I can see
the wave lengts and the audio
green bars moving but no sound.
OK, you can see the Audio (Waveform), but cannot hear the Audio. You could before a recent point.
Now, this one might be tough to get the answer for, as many systems are set up to auto-update the OS. Could you have updated the OS, even a simple security update, or hot-fix, between when it worked and now? These updates can wreck the audio (and video) driver. I'd go to the Realtek (or M-Audio, or Creative) site, and get the very latest audio driver, then install it. Even without any OS updates, this is good practice at the first sign of audio trouble.
If that does not work, have a look at your Edit>Preferences>Audio Hardware, especially the ASIO Settings. If you see anything out of place, per your initial setup, maybe post a screen-cap of those two dialog screens. Also, check your Audio Output settings carefully.
If all is fine there, and you still do not have audio, I have another trick.
One last question, and this will tell us a few things, when you play a file with Audio in, say WMP, do you hear the Audio?