Consistent Levels for Different songs
I do not master my tracks near as thoroughly as Janson does in the previous reply. Here is my flow:
In Logic, I get a good mix with no clipping. Reference some other “professional” tracks to make sure I’m not way off-base. Then, I put a limiter on the main output bus, go to the loudest part of the song, and turn the gain up until its squeezing down about 1db. Then in Logic, I solo each track, and bounce it one track or group at a time.
If you depend on your own click and cues, do those separate and make them no-clipping loud!
As I plan every service in Prime, I use my ears and balance each track with the master slider. The master slider saves per song, and does not affect click/cues, which is awesome.
Rehearsal with the band is the true test. We are always tweaking and molding Prime.
Look into LUFS metering, figure out the LUFS level of one of your best tracks and try to match the rest to it. It measures “perceived loudness”, or how loud something sounds regardless of peaks.