Wow finally it does work Thank’s a lot for the help!
Still one question:
When clicking on a clip in the sequences reel it makes sense that the audio-tools are shown,
but why whatever clip/footage i am clicking on (in other reel or even on clips of other projects!)
this audio tools are shown at the left and right site of the image?
You have the audio desk turned on in your player. This is why you see those controls. You can keep them up if you’re using them but you can also turn them off. When the player is visible, go to the OPTIONS pull-down menu to the right of the interface. In the menu, disable SHOW AUDIO DESK. This is mapped to CONTROL+1 hotkey.
Select one clip on any of your reels and press ESC – you’re then taken to the “Big Player” (is it still called this?).
When in the Big Player, try the following hotkeys: CTRL+1, CTRL+2, CTRL+3, CTRL+4.
Each offers different toolsets:
CTRL+1 is the Audio Desk (as La_Flame mentions)
CTRL+2 has overlay options (letterbox, safe title, centering guides, etc.).
CTRL+3 displays scopes (signal monitoring tools).
CTRL+4 has playback and viewing options (pre/postroll, Primary/Secondary view modes, RGBA channel viewing)
If you’d like to look at your clip fullscreen on your UI monitor, press CTRL+SHIFT+ESC. From memory I believe the CTRL+2 and CTRL+4 hotkeys will display a pop-up window if you’d like to make changes to your overlays or viewing options.
The problem you have is that you have locked your audio tracks in the source. You can see this clearly when you drag the audio tracks and they have the diagonal stripes which means the tracks are locked.
To fix this, switch to the source timeline of your audio and unlock the track.
Go back to your sequence and drag the audio again. The next time you drag your audio the tracks will be clear and these will edit into the sequence.
The reason why this is happening, is when you create a new sequence (splice selected or not), you need to “OPEN” it as a sequence before editing anything into it.
Looking at your video example, the sequence that was displayed in the timeline area was the old sequence on the first sequences reel. After creating your new sequence, you place it on a different sequences reel if you want, and then you open it using the context menu. The timeline will open below and you can switch between different timelines with the record tabs (using the red indicator). Whichever timeline is visible in the timeline view is the active sequence and will receive any edits you make into it.