Whenever I use Dynamic Link between Premiere Pro and After Effects, I end up having my audio sound much quieter in After Effects compared to how it sounded in Premiere Pro. I presume this has something to do with the Stereo Mixer effects, because when I manually disable these effects, the audio sounds just the same as it did in Premiere Pro.
One interesting fact is that it only happens when I am using a Dynamic Link between the two programs. When I manually export the necessary clips from Premiere Pro and then import them in the new After Effects project, the audio sounds as it should do.
I have even switched my PC to solve this issue, but it didn’t help.
“In Audition, go to Edit > Preferences > Multitrack and change the Default Panning Mode to Left/Right Cut (Logarithmic) and export the audio again from Audition.”
“in premiere, If you work with several mono tracks and pan them left/right the pan law will kick in. there is easy no way to disable it. a workaround is use the Audio Track Mixer in Premiere Pro and raise each slider to compensate until you get the output levels you need. usually 3db”