Sync Drift-How It Was Fixed and Revelations!
I'll try not to make this long-winded - but I thought I'd share the process I went through and the two solutions.
Next Steps: I need those channels back. Retime tool to the rescue
A Friend to the Rescue.
Contacted a friend who's more adept with all things sound - shout out to Jim Schaefer. We discussed the issues and the process.
Conclusion and Revelations
Hope this helps.
Thanks for this run down. I haven't had this problem yet, but as a teacher, I expect to sooner rather than later, and it's nice to have some info on how to trouble shoot and fix sync-drift problems.
Winston A. Cely
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No problem. I hope it helps in the case you need the reference.
Addendum: changing the sampling rate in WaveAgent changes the BWAV header. Anyone who reads this thread may be thinking that if I changed the sampling rate, then it must have been something else to begin with. That's not the case. Changing the header essentially causes the playback interpretation to be correct and aligned with the sampling rate the file really was-48.048kHz.