Reconnecting a music track in Premier Pro

Reconnecting a music track in Premier Pro

Somehow, the following music track got divided into two objects and the volume seems different on the second half. I am not sure ow this happened but I need to remove it.

Broken music track
I also notice the second half has a line in the middle.


curiouswebsterSoftware EngineerAsked:
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Enzo BorriCommented:
I used this solution once or twice: delete one part and drag the edge of the renaining part to the end of the track (or to the beginning, depending if tou kept the beginning or the end). Should works fine. ūüĎć
curiouswebsterSoftware EngineerAuthor Commented:
I can not delete half of an audio clip. I need to group them into one track. Somehow, I added a cut mark (I think) with the razor tool.

I think my only option is to re-import the track from MP3.
Paul NeralichBusiness OwnerCommented:
I reproduced a similar look by using the razor tool. In the right-side section I dragged the volume control down (see below)
You might try selecting both sides, and then grouping them.


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curiouswebsterSoftware EngineerAuthor Commented:
what was the fix? making the volume the same for each sub-track?
Paul NeralichBusiness OwnerCommented:
Step 1: Correct the volume: using the selection tool, click-and-drag the volume tool upward for the right-side to match the left side
Step 2. From the Edit menu choose "Select All", the right-click either side and choose "Group"
David Johnson, CD, MVPRetiredCommented:
the line you see is the volume level for that track
curiouswebsterSoftware EngineerAuthor Commented:
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