I think phasing in mixes can be a fairly common thing,especially when your using lots of stereo samples/patches which then get routed to send/insert effects.Some rack devices will have wet/dry dials where as some do not.Some devices will take a mono(left) input and make that a stereo output.Also you have the mixer width/pan to consider,as already mentioned by selig.
As you also look on the mixer it includes a phase invert button,which can, or not be helpfull.
There are a few ways to ensure a decent mono out signal while keeping that nice stereo effect as well.
1 way is to take your master wave which is full width,load into an audio track,and then take the left mono out from that tracks insert effect send(left channel only) and feed that back into the ssl fx return slot#1 left in.You can then tweak that return level,so you retain the stereo,but now have a strong mono signal as well.
Another way to is directly route your master out into a mclass stereo imager and tweak that.
Happy routing. =)
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