Hi again there @squeak2199
Some tips to try to avoid this kind of issue :
- Try to work with a reference track to set a goal & model for your mix in terms of levels, balance & stereo image.
A rule of thumb in electronic music production is to keep the low end of your mix ( especially kick & bass ) centered and quite mono-compatible : so you've got to avoid to use panning on those elements.
While panning could be a good addition to create some nice effects & add space & variation to your track, it's good to use it with caution and on individual tracks, not on your master channel.
By the end of a full mix, you should be able to hear all the elements you decided to put inside your track, they have to be somehow evenly spread between the center & the Left & Right channel and well balanced against each other in terms of levels.
But again, back to the first one : working with a reference track is really helpful IMO.
Hope this could help