Folks on this list seem pretty helpful so I’ll throw this out there.
I may have bitten off more than I’d like, but here’s the challenge I’ve taken on…
I have volunteered to work on a legacy project for a local singer-songwriter. He has given me the multi-tracks from an old project that he wants to revive. Basically he wants to add new audio and midi on top of some acoustic guitar/vocal tracks. They bleed into each other (a lot) so I’ll have to work with both tracks in one folder. (I’m assuming) His time is pretty good but it wasn’t recorded with a click track, which poses a problem for anyone else adding overdubs at this point. I’d like to…
-Create a tempo map (I have done this)
-Some of the events still drift from the tempo map, so I’d like to line them up a bit.
-Finally I’d like straighten the whole track(s) out so it is loosely quantized and aligned to a more regular tempo.
I should also point out that, unlike a drum track where there are gaps, this is continuous audio.
Can all this be accomplished and still maintain the integral quality of the audio?
Again, I have looked at the manual and found references to these functions but not all in the same place nor are they coming at it in the way I’m trying to make this happen. Thanks in advance for any guidance.