I had a project that was audio only and I edited in Premiere. (find it easy than any audio tool I have tried)
There was a base clip that had short clips of audio replaced through out the timeline. So after the first edit I would duplicate the timeline and make the next set of replacement.
On a couple of timelines the old audio was retained and almost like it was embedded into the timeline. So if I did a match from from the timeline it would pull up the new audio but it would play the old. (all the replacement audio was on a2) even if I delete the clip the old audio would play. If I put the new clip on a1 I could here both clips of audio. I fixed it simply by moving all the clips down the timeline. It only did this 2 times out of a hundred. For this edit it was easy to move everything done but I would like to know if anyone else has experiences this and if there was a real fix to this.
I'm using the newest version of Premiere 12.0
Running Windows 10