Manual voices aligning

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Manual voices aligning

Postby trikolad » Thu Jan 23, 2014 4:09 am

I need an easier way to do manual voice tracks aligning in Cubase 6
(I do not want to use all those software that do it in one click, I do it carefully word by word)

Here is my not so convenient work flow for two voice tracks:
1. Place one track above the other in the project window
2. Find a miss-match, zoom in, place the grid on the "good" track
3. In the "bad" track enter sample editor -> AudioWarp and click Free Warp
4. Zoom in and place a Warp Tab exactly where I placed the grid in step two
5. Now that I have a warp tab in the right place on the "bad" track I can easily move things around to my please

Does Cubase have an option to look at two tracks while in sample editor?
Than I could create a much easier work flow...
Ideas would be appreciated

P.S.
I don't like the group edit option because - one, its basically cut and paste which means no going back after reloading Cubase, and two, warp is much more convenient.
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