I have Audition 3 and the only way I could see this happening would be if
you had clicked on the Track button in Mixdown Options. Have you checked to
see if there are mixdown files for the other tracks? Alternatively, did you
turn the faders down for the other tracks or change the routing so that
they no longer go to the master?


On Sat, 30 Jan 2021 at 15:22, Jay Bruder <[log in to unmask]> wrote:

> I am having a problem with the multitrack mixdown feature on Adobe
> Audition.
> When I attempt to do Mixdown>Entire Session, Audition drops tracks 2 and 3
> and presents just track 1 as the completed mixdown.
> Scenario: I pre-recorded 1 hour of radio broadcast on 3 tracks. Track 1 was
> the music, Track 2 announcements, and Track 3 final instrumental cross-fade
> to close. I saved the multi-track and did a mixdown, no problems, saved the
> resulting wave file.
> On review I found that I made a mistake on one of the voice clips. I opened
> the multi-track session, deleted the bad clip, and recorded a replacement
> voice clip in the same location. Then I made all the timing adjustments to
> the end of the hour, saved the multitrack under a new name, and then did
> Mixdown>Entire Session. The resulting mixdown presents all of track 1 with
> the correct spacing, but leaves gaps for all the cuts on track 2 and track
> 3. I closed Audition, reopened the multitrack session, same thing happens.
>  Is there a setting I accidentally missed that is causing these two tracks
> to be blanked? They are not on MUTE. (I am not stuck as I can always just
> correct the finished mixdown, but that will leave a ragged transition at
> the
> end. I'd like to understand what is going on here.
> Thanks for any help,
> Jay Bruder

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