Colby Dix

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    Colby Dix commented  · 


    I only get the glitch if I have both AutoGate and Compressor selected in Dynamics. Ditching comp, or just enabling the expander at a 1:1 ratio (so it does nothing) eliminates the glitch.

    Unbelievably this is still going on. Admittedly I'm stuck on a work computer running Windows 7 and stuck with Premiere 12 with no path to upgrade to 10 on this corporate-owned rig, but it blows just the same and the artifacts (while not as brutal) are present in the renders as well.

    Specifically in this case I have two separate mono tracks of audio recorded. I'd very much like to simply use the "dynamics" plug-in as I rather like a simple compressor and noise gate for ease of use, quick editing.

    With dynamics enabled, i get an absurd amount of LOUD glitching while editing and have to constantly be ready to mute, pause or otherwise wait and hope it isn't there when i click the space bar again. It's terrible. The fact that it's well over 2 years of people dealing with this is pretty lame.

    A little messing about and I THINK I have a workaround. If you have both the autogate and compressor enabled you get the artifacts. if just gate, it's fine, or if you have gate, comp, and expander all selected, it's fine. I thought it might have something to do with an overlap of attack speeds but found no particular fix with that adjustment.

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