Very simple answer…
…and you don’t want to lose address tilt at impact. If anything, you can add a little (think Rory Sabatini, only not so much adding…he does it a lot for someone to copy) when your hips shift the weight to the front side to initiate the downswing.
It is generally going to be dictated by ball position. A far forward ball position…a lot of tilt. A middle of the stance ball position…not very much, but there has to be some.
When you are hitting driver, it is a very shallow angle of attack and more tilt is needed so the shoulders can turn around the spine without being over the top.
When you are hitting an LW, that is a very steep angle of attack and you don’t need as much tilt.
Like most things in golf, it is a trial and error process to figure out what you need…you just need some.