Feature Request:Verse, Chorus, Interlude Rehearsal marks

I’m using system text (alt+shift+x) to create what I want right now, but I’d love a supported way to have more than one indexed rehearsal mark. Some of the projects I work on use “V.1, V.2, …” for verses, “C.1, C.2, …” for choruses, and “L.1, L.2, …” for interludes. Presently, to duplicate that with the “rehearsal mark” feature, I’d have to manually change the index of each rehearsal mark, and then add a suffix to each one.

It’d be just AMAZING to be able to have multiple indices available that automatically increment(!!).

Welcome to the forum, and thanks for the suggestion, Arron. Better support for labeling sections in the music is something that we have on our backlog for future versions.

Sometimes I’ll label sections like this so I can still take advantage of continuous rehearsal marks as well as section labels like “Verse” and “Chorus”. It’s possible to do manually with system text but I’d love a way to have this as a single item.

Either way, good to know you guys have plans for this in the future!


I’d find this super useful as well.

Cliff—is the section label in this instance system text? If so, did you align it manually with the rehearsal mark? As is, system text doesn’t seem to align nicely with rehearsal marks (as tempo text does), “bumping” them up vertically in a way that isn’t helpful.

Use the index to give your rehearsal text the first letter “I” = index 9
then enter “ntro” into the suffix
you get “Intro” as rehearsal text
I have scripted this so its almost instant for Intro Verse Chorus Bridge Solo etc

harleytat, no, there’s still no way to do what Cliff’s post shows, automatically, with system text.

I’d love to see this feature as well!

As a workaround for this moment I’m using Tempo Marks to label “Verse”, “Chorus” and so on.
However, the downside is that you will have to edit your Tempo in all of your Tempo Marks to ensure consistent playback or MIDI data when exporting.

+1 for me!!