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    Matt Hale commented  · 

    In response to Trevor Asquerthian's comment: Unless I'm misunderstanding the description of your workaround, it does not tell the whole story. I will describe my workflow:

    For most projects I cut, I create a stereo sequence. I then create however many mono dialogue tracks I need (often many as I generally work with sources that used multiple microphones). I then send all of those mono dialogue tracks to a stereo submix I call "DX Submix."

    I add my dialogue effects to the DX Submix. When I add Dynamics (which I basically always do), if there is any point at which there isn't any signal on at least one of the dialogue tracks (i.e. there is a gap of silence for all dialogue tracks at the same time), I will hear the feedback loop described above.

    What I've started doing is creating an additional track where I place just the audio from Bars & Tone (New Item > Bars & Tone) which I extend out to a bit longer than whatever I think the approximate length of the entire sequence will be. I use Bars & Tone because it has audio and it can be easily extended to any length (and because Premiere does not have an Audio Slug feature).

    I then reduce the volume of the tone to negative infinity, lock the track (so it won't affect my trims as I work), and send that track to my DX Submix.

    This works reliably to eliminate the feedback loop and I can pretty much forget about the extra locked track as I work. When I'm done, I trim the tone so that it's the same length as the finished sequence.

    Obviously a bug fix would be preferable, but this does the trick every time (at least with my workflow).

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    Matt Hale commented  · 

    I am having this same problem with the Dynamics effect. It usually resets to zero whenever I duplicate a sequence (which I do often for version control) but retains its settings when I simply close the project and return to it later. This is especially frustrating as I am not using an effect preset--I use custom settings on different tracks. Since there is no way to save presets on track effects, I've started taking screenshots of settings so I can recreate them later, which is extremely frustrating and time-consuming. I hope this bug is a high priority for Adobe.

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    Matt Hale commented  · 

    This is happening to me as well. I duplicate sequences often, for version control (it's an absolutely essential part of my workflow), and, because it's not possible to save or copy track effect settings, I'm having to manually recreate all my audio track effects, sometimes several times a day. Has anybody discovered a work-around while we wait for this bug to be fixed?

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