Hmm, not sure if what I’m suggesting is getting across. When your normalize multiple events, it normalizes all the peaks to -6db. Some those events might be -12db, some might be, -3db, 0db - it will normalize all of these to -6db.
I want to do this based off RMS data, not peaks. If you have a snare sample for example, and you’ve taken this sample and EQ’d and compressed it a number of ways thus creating 10 new samples from the 1 original snare sample - your peaks will no longer be relevant, and if you normalize them to -6db, you will here that even though the peaks are -6db, they appear to be much much louder than the original sample or compared to some of the other processed variations because the RMS has changed. So, peak normalizing is no longer useful here.