Hey all. I just got a stereo reverb pedal to use with my OP-1 and I am running into a weird issue.
The dry signal works perfect with the OP-1 track panning. When I play a track, I can pan it left and right no problem.
However, when I introduce the wet signal, this is what it does. If I pan to the right, the wet signal doesn’t change. The original dry sound still pans to the right, but the reverb effect plays on both channels. If I pan all the way to the left, the reverb effect disappears completely. On my pedal I can control the wet/dry mix, so if I turn the dry signal all the way off so I only hear the reverb itself, and pan all the way to the left, I hear nothing at all. Start panning to the center, and the reverb sound starts to come in, and is at full volume when the track is set to the center. Pan to the right and there is no change at all. Reverb just plays out of both channels.
The OP-1 is connected to pedal using 3.5mm TRS to 1/4" TRS cable (the pedal has a single stereo input). The pedal then has 2 outputs for left and right. For this I have a stereo breakout cable (dual 1/4" TS male connections going to left/right outputs of the pedal, and a single 1/4 inch TRS female connection on the other end that I use to plug into my stereo headphone amp with a 1/4" TRS cable).
Why would the dry signal from the OP-1 pan correctly but the pedal effect does not?