Many Cubase plugins have an automatic output level adjust, which sets the output loudness to match the input loudness. However, not everything has this feature. Given the importance of the “Louder is better” illusion, it would be nice to have this as an independent feature.
I’m thinking along the lines of TBProAudio’s AB_LM, which basically works by putting a “sender” at the “start” of a chain, and a “receiver” at the “end” of the chain. Tapping the signal at these 2 points enables a comparison, which is reported to the user.
It seems like an obvious feature. Why isn’t it standard with the DAW? Or did I miss something.