I'm on an iPhone 5s with a small screen and find it next to impossible to add markers at the right bar/measure in Prime App on the iPhone screen in the 'Add Marker' mode, I can't tap on the screen with any accuracy and there is no 'Go to bar number or beat number' seek function dialog in Prime App to place a marker in the right spot if I happen to know the bar number (from the sheet music) where the verse, chorus section markers should go, Obviously, this all relates to custom multitrack uploads.
I have read that WAV files have a metadata section that can contain cue/marker information. On my PC, I'm looking for a way to open a WAV file (click track, or drum track?), insert markers at the right spot,name those markers verse or chorus, etc, export that 'tagged' WAV file, upload it to Prime Cloud, make it visible in Prime App and have Prime App simply 'see' all of the cue markers so I can bypass the tedium of trying to add cue markers directly in Prime App on an iPhone 5s.
I have a copy of Ableton, but haven't really used it yet.Maybe there is a simpler, easier to use and free utility app for windows that can do this?
So, is it possible to add and name cue markers in a WAV file in an offline way outside of Prime App like I have suggested and just have Prime App automatically see all the markers after the 'upload and make visible' step? I use multitracks from a karaoke site that come with a click track.
I'm sure there must be someone out there adding cue markers in this way. Any ideas as to what windows software to use and what the common mistakes are?
Is this even possible?
Thanks for taking the time to read this. Any pointers in the right direction would be appreciated.