I’m not sure if Cubase shows this parameter for an Audio file(s) but I’m mastering with Cubase 8.5.20 and I have a “minor” problem that all my mastered tracks for this one customer seem to be more or less louder or less loud with each other and I of course need to make sure that the AVERAGE GAIN or POWER or LOUDNESS or…etc…is equal with all the songs.
Meaning of course that if the song contains for example an intro which is not supposed to be as loud then the average loudness would not be as high as with some other song with “full volume” from start to finish - BUT - that’s why I would like to CHOOSE A SECTION (where the material is in “full volume”) from the initially mastered track and somehow view its properties including the AVERAGE GAIN value.
And then I would adjust the Mastering projects’ Maximizer (I’m using Ozone 6 plug-in within Cubase) once again according to those differences in the Average Gain in order to Master the songs - again - so that the resulting Average Gain values would be as close to each other as possible between the separate tracks.
Is this possible to determine (the Avrg. Gain) within Cubase 8.5 or do I need some other software for that, and if I do then what SW would You recommend for that? And if You have any advices for me regarding this issue then all the help is appreciated.
A huge thank You all in advance!