trust me, it is loud, really really loud.
As far as turbo and supercharger goes, here is some basic. Turbocharger contains a compressor and a turbine, the turbine is driven by the exhaust flow and in term spins the compressor (like a turbojet). The speed the compressor/turbine spins dictates how much boost you are inputing into your engine, so by controlling the amount of exhaust used to spin the turbine can essentially control the speed of the compressor which controls the boost. The wastegate is used to regulate how much exhaust is used to spin the turbine, and with a boost controller such as EVC IV, it will trick the wastegate into allowing more flow to the turbine (I am not going to go into the detail on how boost controller works), therefore more boost with a touch of a button.
On the other hand, a supercharger is driven by a pulley system connecting to your crank. To increase boost you need to increase the speed of the compressor, and to do that you will need to the pulley on your supercharger so it will get more rpm per crank rpm. Unless someone develops a variable pulley system, like VVTI-L or VTECH, there will be no way to change the boost of the supercharger by pushing a few buttons inside your ****pit.