I am slightly confused here.
Do you have multiple Clips in one Sequence (Timeline), or multiple Sequences, each with Audio Clips (multiple, or single)?
If you have multiple Clips in a single Sequence, just Export the Audio to a PCM/WAV file for Audition.
If you have multiple Sequences, you could Nest those into another Sequence and Export as PCM/WAV.
Thanks - it is one sequence with multiple clips. I was hoping for something more eloquent, but this will do.
Thanks for the info.
Well, functions, like Group, really only help for moving a bunch of Clips around on the Timeline together.
If there is some way that by-passes AME, I have not found it yet.
Export the Sequence to Audition and do a Mixdown there (if you really want to only work on a single track.)
I would advise that you work on the individaul clips in Audition once you get them there (which is simple from Premiere CS5.5) because you have more audio editing power and facility in Audition.