I am having a lot of trouble understanding the software instrument tracks in Logic Pro and how tempo works within them. If you record into logic using a software instrument as an input, there seems to be no way to separate the track from the project's tempo. I.e., I record into logic at 120bpm and then I speed the project tempo up to 130bpm, the software instrument track speeds up with it. This is fine in some cases, but in others I really want to be able to "unlock" this from the project tempo.
One other incredibly frustrating issue I'm having right now, is that this tempo locking feature seems to be completely throwing off my attempts at recording variable tempo tracks. So I have created a tempo curve from around 110bpm to around 120bpm. I then turn on the metronome and hit record on my software instrument track. I record along to the metronome, and then listen back, and the track is just completely out of time. I think what's happened is that logic has embedded in the track a flat 110bpm tempo, and then while I've sped up with the project tempo while recording, it's not taken that into account. Then once the track is fully recorded, logic goes and speeds up the track again to match the tempo curve. Not what I want! How can I make sense of this?