I love the ability to now modify the tempo track and have the audio follow. Draw in ritards, etc. Great. Sounds good finally with elastique, too.
But, is there are way to sort of “freeze” those tracks at that tempo without having to export audio mixdown on each track?
Or lets say it’s cruising at 94bpm. Then I want to ritard it to jump to 88 and then ramp back to 94 over the course of a measure or two–can I do that with offline timestretch easily? I see how I can select that section and pull it all down to 88, but the ramp up? I’ve always done this in a really high maintenance way–change one beat to 88…next to 89…next to 91…next to 92.5…then leave the rest after at 94.
Anyway–so, now we have this wonderful way to quickly audition and tune in a tempo map for audio…but, since anything recorded after that doesn’t really apply (since it is linear to the uneven tempo)…it only makes sense to be able to “Freeze” the audio, tempo mapped as is so I don’t have to keep bumping my buffers for 24 tracks of Eleastique to run in real time…you know?