ah, i see now… you want a "per channel* record shift in samples.

from the interwebs:

In order to calculate sample length in milliseconds, you’ll first need to know the sample rate of the recording you’re mixing. For example’s sake, we’ll be saying that the recording we’re mixing is at 44.1kHz, which is standard CD-quality digital. You may be using something higher if you’re mixing at 48- or 96kHz.

The formula is quite simple. It is: milliseconds times sample rate.

For example, if your delay between a pair of room microphones and a soundboard feed is 17 milliseconds (representing 17 feet of delay), your formula would be 17 X 44.1.

In this case, you would enter a sample delay of 749.70 samples into the closest source. This would then time-align the sources.

It’s also equally easy to calculate how many milliseconds are in a number of samples. In this case, you’ll use the following formula: samples divided by sample rate.

Using our above example, you would do 749.70 divided by 44.1, which brings us back to the original number, 17.

hope this helps…)

so, find out the delay difference of both tracks in samples (right click ruler and set to sample) - do the maths to convert it to milliseconds and enter that value in your cabinet track. should be a one time deal… if you always mic from the same position…

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