A stereo audio track has two channels—one for the left speaker and one for the right. Often, audio recordists use these two channels in a unique way. They may record one microphone feed into the left channel and another into the right. This allows them to have two different recordings in one audio file. However, if we listen to this audio clip, we’ll hear one microphone source in the left speaker and another in the right. This is unlikely the desired effect. Let’s configure how Premiere handles these types of files to get them working the way we want them to.
Modify Audio Channels Before You Edit
Warning: The undermentioned section will apply only to clips not already in a sequence. This ought to be your first step before editing, ...