Soon I will be doing live band sessions for local bands in my erea. Everything will be recorded all at once in my 600 sqft home studio that is completely acoustically treated with bass traps in every corner, clouds, and obsortion and defusing panels on the walls, placed accordingly so it's not bad acoustically for a small room. The band will be setup in a circle so everyones facing the drummer. The drums will have 6 mics, 2 overheads, Tom mix's, snare, and kick. The Amps will each get one mic that is facing in the opposite direction of the drums. Everytime I've done this in the past, setup this way, the playback in the daw has no immediate obvious phase problems, but I got to thinking the other day that there's probably little things I could do that would make a good difference like Time Aligning tr tracks in DAW and such. With the Amps roughly only 10ft away from the drums, there's a good amount of bleed into the drum overheads. So I was thinking time alignment of the tracks in DAW would make much sense and also was wondering what else you professionals would do with that situation? Also, If I'm doing anything wrong?