Is this right really?
If you record instruments you typically have several tracks for dry and wet signal or different mics.
They are recording the same stuff with the the same timing errors!
If you want to correct the special timing errors for one instrument (on several tracks) you must correct this for each track separately
often resulting in some/massive flanging.
Why do you can free warp over the entire event (per automatic time quantization) but not some special time points with free warping??
For me it’s a bread’n butter functionality…
…or do we have to load the tracks (only for this kind of work process?) into a competitors tool, process them and load them again back into C9.5?.
Most of them have the ability to time warp over several tracks…