A simpler and surprisingly effective method is simply to use split contrast printing for every print. Start with max yellow and aim for ideal highlights only. Then with that exposure given, test with max magenta, this time looking for shadow detail. Then make one "straight print" with no manipulation, just the max yellow and the max magenta exposures, and evaluate it for desired burning and dodging. Usually, some areas will want some burning with more yellow light and some may want more with the magenta. This is the method that I use and one of the advantages is that I never spend any time trying to figure out filter settings for "equivalent" contrast grades on different papers.

Tim R