its not that simple
every major nation used different drill, and then when they realised what actually works, they adapted. For different fire drills and different formation depth we would need new units... we could add early line infantry with 4 rank formation, plug bayonets, platoon fire upgradable to rank fire, and late line infantry unit with 3 rank formation, socket bayonets, adv platon fire upgradable to rank fire. Rank fire would be most fastest fire drill(let say 80), others would be slower to compensate(30 for platoon fire,60 for advanced platoon fire).
For example France used its own type of rank fire drill, where first rank fired and layed down, second fired and layed, third same fourth same... They also used much more opened formations with much bigger distances between ranks. Later, when they clashed with more effective drills British and Prusian used, they adapted to the same system.
Sweden used its 3 rank salvo mode, and also platoon fire modes - usage depended on tactical situation - in defence platoon fire was prefered, in attack, they fired full salvo and then charged.
Another example were Prussian during reighn of Frederick II Great - he told that musket fire is only good for defence, and bayonets for attack...
Another quite important advancement was rytmic movement - firstly was used by prussians and allowed much faster ,moving and maneuvering on the battlefield - it made a huge impact - units that didnt use such technique, were very slow to change formation, and their line was often broken after slightly longer movement because of different movement speed of soldeirs. With rythmic movement every soldeir moved same speed.