Let's talk about getting those wav files set up properly, whether you're using Pro Tools, Studio One, or any other DAW. At SFR Beats, all of your wav files will line up if you have them start at zero. That's the first thing to check.
For "live" beats with musicians playing together, sometimes a few hits will be loose and slightly off the beat, just as live musicians play, however having all of the wav files starting at the exact same place at ZERO on your DAW will avoid any sync issues.
Also you may use the supplied tempo bpm as a guide if you want your beat to sync to your grid. But be aware, sometimes the top of the measure according to the music may start at a different beat than what the measures on your DAW indicate (for example, in the case of beats that are in 3/4 time, and your daw is set to 4/4 time). Again, having all of your wav files start at ZERO will avoid any sync issues.
In addition, many of our beats will be in between the bpm.. meaning 85.4 or 72.34 - we're not trying to be difficult lol but we can hear and feel the difference.. it needs to feel right.. so just make sure those wavs start at zero when you import them and it will line up.
Also, you may try doubling or halving your tempo.. for example, if the tempo is 70bpm, maybe try setting your DAW to 140bpm and see if the music lines up to your grid as desired.
Occasionally, we add extra 'beats' or purposeful changes in tempo in certain areas of beats. So for example, that music maybe be lined up fine through the second hook, but then there will be 2 extra beats before the next part, causing the tops of the measure to now start on "beat 3" of your grid (if your grid is in 4/4).
Another example.. music may be at 60 bpm for the first half of the song but then speed up to 70bpm for the remainder. This is not the norm, but just in case you run into that, you'll know why :)
Yet another example.. sometimes there is no BPM! We just flow with the music.. and let the notes hit where they hit! Sometimes it's all about that feeling.. who needs a tempo ?! But 99% of the tracks do have a set tempo so .. yeah :)
Let us know if this helps. If you have a particular issue with getting your trackouts set up properly in your DAW, just reach out to our support team.. we're standing by.