OK guys. I have done (and asked) something similar before and, although following the solution worked, this time may be different so I want to run this by you…
The scenario; you have 2 projects of the same song recorded at different bpm. They are both the same length and same key but one is at 72 bpm and the other at 76 bpm. The 76 bpm is the one I want to use except that the backing vocals from the 72 bpm files are way better. They appear on 3 choruses only. If I drop the wav into the project and line up the first chorus, the change in bpm becomes obvious pretty quickly. There are no places to make cuts within the choruses but, obviously there is plenty of space otherwise. My thought process goes like this:
1 Cut the 72 bpm vocals into complete bar sections in their own 72 bpm project
2 Export them into the 76 bpm project and align with each chorus start point
3 Use the resize tool to warp the audio by moving the end points to the correct place
4 Bounce new audio
Am I close or is there a much better way?