There's plenty of awesome music where people on analog hardware, loop overlapping tracks with inequal sizes that have prime ratios of track lengths, so that they never quite repeat at the same point.
Since the point is that they don't repeat, it would be hard to do the usual fix of duplicating each short track till it lines up perfectly with a longer track, or duplicating the longer track until you find their common factor, that won't work, since these are nonrepeating decimals and whilst computers have finite precision so an effective point of overlap will occur eventually on a digital computer, it would be very large and inefficient.
So I was wondering if there's a way to loop each track independently, or a way to make that suggestion to official audacity devs so that a dev can add it at a future date.
Sorry if this is easily fixable.
If so how?
If not, what are the next steps for doing this?