Metronome volume behavior not consistent across different time signatures
When listening to metronome volume across a measure, I notice when time signature is 4/4 there is a percieved volume for each quarter note. I get it. The 1 is a "thump", and for 2, 3 and 4 it's a "tock". However you want to describe it. Note I hear the 2, 3 and 4 beats as having mostly the same volume or "oomph".
However, when I listen to metronome using 6/4 time signature, I notice that the 2 and 3 beats have less "oopmh" as they did for 4/4, and the sound on the 4th beat seems a bit more accented. Also if you notice in the waveforms.png file for 4/4, the 3 beat is a bit more accented than 2 and 4.
Overall, with 6/4 I percieve more powerful sound on 1 and 4. Is this by design? I guess these differences do provide a structure.