EDLs are VERY VERY VERY VERY old things. I mean, OLD old. Designed for linear tape bays, and 4 channels of audio ws the max for those. Did I mention OLD? AAF and XML are the newer options that offer many more tracks of audio. ANy reason you are using an EDL instead of those?
Thanks for your response-
I need to make a cue sheet for all sound I used from Source Audio music library and they can search there database for me if I can upload the track info in a file format. It doesn't need to be an edl, but I'm not sure what else Premire exports that would have just audio track info to upload to Source Audio.
OK, well...you can make sure your music is on only four tracks when you make the EDL. I make a practice of limiting my music to 2 tracks...THREE at most.
BUT...if you need a MUSIC CUE sheet... I have a better solution.
Export an XML, and get this INCREDIBLY AMAZING app that will bring in ALL your video, ALL your audio, and make a report of clips used, clip names, their in and out points, sequence in and out points, a list of text, audio cues. You can limit what audio tracks to select so you can make a separate music cue sheet