If “Preserve Pitch” is unchecked, wouldn’t “Time Localization ++” be a better quality setting than “Average Time/Frequency Localization” or “Frequency Localization ++” ? But if that was the case (which I don’t know it is, which is why I’m asking), why would the latter two take so much more time to process, even when “Preserve Pitch” is unchecked.
I just want to change the speed with the highest quality, like tape VSO. (which will obviously change the ptich, which is fine). Would adjusting the clock with a very fine control, and recording into another computer at the target rate accomplish the same, with the highest quality? Is there a clock with such fine control?