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Jerry Beaucaire

This is the behavior I would expect if an audio clip has a TRIGGER listed in the panel to activate it.  This trigger has it's own timeline constraints, so the main timeline shows those audio clips without start/end times to visually represent that it is controlled elsewhere.

Check for the existence of a trigger in the panel, remove it, and the main timeline regains control of the clip and it can be moved like any other object at that point.

Check it out.

If that's not the issue, maybe upload a .story with just one or two slides exhibiting this problem.