I’m not sure if the audio for the track is realtime, but the rendering of the wav file surely isnt.
as you see - there’s no visual difference between 0 delay and an immense -2000 delay, the render looks the same.
This is the original track + audio exported, then imported again-track.
I tested several different delays before i got it just right. -5 seems to do the trick:
Why is this? It would be extremely helpful to visually see what the track delay does to your recorded audio, then you can quickly see if your recording is in time or not. Yes, you can export and import or why not just cut your tracks and line them up by hand etc… but surely this would be more convenient for the users, to directly see and hear the result.
Is there away around this perhaps? I had hoped this was fixed in 9.5… i found an old post from when i had Cubase 8 where i asked about this…