Software: VST Plug-In
Volume Reader is used to determine the average and peak volume as well as some form of relative wideness of a sample of finished piece of music.
For more information, go to the Git-Hub repository
It displays the RMS and peak volume in raw volume (a value between 0 and 1. As well as in decibels (a balue between negative infinity and 0. The wideness total value is the RMS difference of the left and right samples at every point in the sample and the wideness real value is the same except it discounts outrageously large differences (so if there is immense panning in a track this isn't counted as wideness).