I have this pre-recorded audio from my customer which is a complete song and it seems to somewhat follow the tempo 162 - but not accuately at all points. So I managed to detect the hitpoints from this audio track and I now want to make a tempo track with varying tempo value so that the click and the grid would follow the actual hitpoints of the original recording.
So how do I do that in Cubase 8? I have included pics from the project and the auto-detected hitpoints seem quite accurate but I have no idea of how to “calculate”/process a Tempo track from those hitpoints. My meaning is to use the new and correct Tempo configuration to edit and add the drums onto the audio. It does have drums already, and tempo detetction without those drums would be quite impossible I guess. But I will later get the same audio material without those original drums so I would just replace the audio file with existing drums with the audio file without any drums and do new drums with Groove Agent.
So important: I do NOT want to time stretch the original recording in any way. My customer wants it to be just like it is. I only need the instructions on how to produce a custom tempo track with slightly varying tempo value according to the original audio. Please check out the attached picture.
As you can see from the picture, the detected hitpoints are not accurately aligned with the “average” 162bpm tempo, so I need a Tempo track adjustment.
Could You please help!!