The solution provided in the previous response doesn't seem to answer my question.
When I create a mixdown selection, the volume of the original session and mixdown seem equivalent. However, when I export a mixdown, the volume of the resulting WAV file is considerably lower than the mixdown.
I've tried increasing my Output to +10 dB before exporting the mixdown (which seemed to help), but this didn't result in a WAV file with the same volume level.
It doesn't seem to matter what audio player I use - VLC, Groove and Windows Media Player all seem to have the same results: A WAV file that is about half the apparent volume of the S1 session (both the original track and the mixdown).
Any other ideas of what I can try to resolve this?