High and low frequencies randomly removed from waveform after bounce
(Using Audition built 126.96.36.199)
I've been working on a project for a few hours and so far this random bug has ruined my dialogue track three times.
I have all my dialogue laid down to one track sent over from Premiere. I bounce all the tracks to a new track. Do a master volume mix and some light editing. I'll move onto foley, ambience, etc. and then randomly my dialogue bounce track has tons of high and low frequencies removed. I have no effects applied to the clip or track--only volume automation. There's nothing to undo, remove, or change... it's just baked into the waveform and sounds terrible!
See attached photo for a picture of the waveform editor after the bug occurs.