I now know that no one cares about accurate dye hues or good image stability by the way you want to abuse your film and paper during processing. You may as well do things digitally.
If you wonder why I say this, see my other posts on similar or identical topics.
If I might add that this also applies to using cine color negative films for srill camerra use. These films don't quite match the color papers. The problem cannot be solved with filtration during printing. But you can choose whether the small color cast will be in the highlights or the shadows of the print.
A rock pile ceases to be a rock pile the moment a single man contemplates it, bearing within him the image of a cathedral.