JayH1119 wrote: I have been able to effect the change I wanted using the time track, although I think my original suggestion for the interface would make it a LOT easier and quicker.
I'm glad you made your changes.
Is this what you mean:
JayH1119 wrote:What I 'm envisioning is a tool that will allow me to mark a number of corresponding points at various times in the tracks being synchronized and have a tempo and/or pitch change performed automatically between all those marks.
But we don't have that. Your speed faults were different in different places as I understand it, so to correct automatically, the speed faults must be autodetected. Capstan can do that. Have a look at the price at the bottom of the page. Also because of the intense number-crunching required, you must have a 64-bit computer to use it.
You can always make a "Feature Request". Do you really want automatic detection, or perhaps mouse pointer readout of the speed change/new timeline position of each Time Track envelope point? Or right-click over an envelope point and type in the speed change? Perhaps with an audio preview either side of that point?