yes, I can see what you mean.
But it may leave you open to an endless stream of support mails stating " I followed the instructions and now I cannot use clip envelopes".
This line, which concludes that section:
Please note that these practices, while ensuring optimal audio quality, disable some of Live's functionality in particular, stretching and synchronization
pretty much implies that to get "good" quality you need to cripple the application.
I think that, at the least, you should hint in that section that there are
ways of maintaining optimal quality and keep most of the functionality. As you do cover all those ways earlier on in the document perhaps you ought to extend the concluding sentence like this :
Please note that these practices, while ensuring optimal audio quality, disable some of Live's functionality in particular, stretching and synchronization. It is possible to make use of these advanced features and still maintain optimal audio quality, by carefully following the recommendations in section 2.3 "Unstretched Beats/Tones/Texture/Re-Pitch Warping"
The phrasing would need to be worded a bit better than that though , so that the correct type of user is routed back to the 'advanced' section, while 'trackers' don't feel that they need to re-read a section needlesly.
I would also recommend using a numbered index for the sections so a user can find section 2.3
all the best