It would be useful to be able to configure the markers with exact position (sample) and exact frequency via a dialog box.
SL has the potential to be able to compensate for pitch variations of the recording (old tapes) or singers.
For this it would be nice to see a pitch deviation curve over the whole time domain.
One would have to determine the deviation of the momentary tuning to a value, which corresponds exactly to the momentary target tone.
The frequency sensitivity would have to be adjustable. Then you could see if there are pitch variations over the range of music. . I am thinking here of a capella choirs and wind orchestras. Furthermore, SL would also be suitable for other measurements, such as synchronization fluctuations and the like. In addition, it would of course be useful
if one could compensate these fluctuations by means of SL in the recording.
However, it is possible that this feature could be contrary to Steinberg’s sales philosophy, as VariAudio in Cubase provides similar functionality. However, VariAudio is not able to continuously change frequency corrections over a larger time range. For example, with a drawable, graphical curve in SL, it would be possible to achieve a pitch change over an entire piece of music. This could lead, for example, not only to compensation of changing intonations, but also to very interesting psychological effects.
Additional unmixable instruments:
Note names and cents
My processors are only running at 20% capacity.
My RAM (64GB) only to 25%.
GPU hardly visible utilization
Nevertheless, the program jerks.