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A question I often hear from new users, is how to properly relay 5.1 Audio in Premiere Pro CC? Of course, there are a lot of different ways to do this, and we actually covered the topic several years ago, but we wanted to go over it again, as some of the dialogues have changed and things are slightly different than they used to be. This workflow is intended for users who are not mixing five one sound themselves, but are merely taking a mix from an audio engineer and putting it to their final sequence. Again, there are many ways to do this, so you may have success doing it other ways, but this is how we recommend for both working in Premiere, exporting from Premiere, and screening your final exports back in Premiere. Please keep in mind, to properly monitor five one audio, you'll need a compatible audio setup. We're using an AJA Kona ioXT with a five one compatible receiver.