How about a pull process?
Expose at 50 Asa and pull for one aperture / shorten FD time for 2 minutes.
Be aware, not all Films like to be pulled, the “late AGFA RSX II 100” for example was pretty perfect in color balance, just a bit softer, but most films will show some color deviations.
Because your film is already shifted to magenta, only a test will show if any usable slides will occur after pulling…
If you do have enough chemistry to play around a bit, try to increase the pH of the color developer with small amounts of NaOH or KOH 10% solution. Maybe 2-3ml / liter for a first test. If you desperately insist in using the films a complete homebrew would be a possibility, decrease Sulphite and KSCN a bit in the FD, doing still a pull process. Decrease the Citrazinic acid in the CD and adopt it’s pH till the color balance is better. But it may be questionable if it's worth the trouble…
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