I got about 2 minutes into my trial of Cub7.5 and had to turn it off.
It caused something very similar while trying to capture some step sequences from a MS2000.
I got lucky though, I guess, because all I had to do was remove said hitpoints and my audio was fine.
They were short recordings though, about 4 bars each.
I wonder how many of us are using this feature all the time?
My workflow simply doesn’t require tempo matching all that much.
I do use Hitpoints on acoustic kick and snare tracks when I want to replace a live sound.
I do this manually though as the detection still isn’t getting it right.
Usually in a 3-4 minute track there are about 10-15 misplaced hitpoints that have to be fixed.