Thanks for the replies.
In my case the audio track you see is a guitar player (me). The drums need to capture the dynamics and feel of the guitar and they need to be locked perfectly. If the guitarist plays an accent a snare should trigger in VSTi (Addictive drums). You see… getting multiple tracks from nonexisting drum parts are meaningless. I am just about to create it from scratch based on the feel of the perfomance. Btw, I am doing great now.
What I did was I re-recorded the part with electric guitar from line-input and then I extracted Midi from this much more dynamic signal. I made a snare rudiment out of the midi and I moved around the notes until I got the result which was in my head.
Thanks for the other suggestion also. I knew about it, and I tried it before and it actually worked. In 8.5 nonetheless. Sadly however, it is a workaround method. I used 2 in-place editor (audio track at the bottom and MIDI track above) however every time wanna do something outside of the in place editor it is a hassle to reopen the 2 again from the “Windows” section. If I click on the project window the in place editor will go to the background and I have to search for them.
I am not sure where I have seen this, but in an other daw you click on the in-place editor and in the upper left corner you could select a ghost-track overlay of your choise so you could match the performance between certain intruments.
For example: I would see great benefit making VSTi drums with Bass player overlay locking the 2 perfectly together. Chopping up the bass and audiowarp it to the drums could also work, but that would kill the human performance not to mention the bass sounds funny warped.
Note to admin: Since it is not possible to solve my issue elegantly, Please move this topic to the feature request for 10.0 version or beyond.