I'll try to explain my use case and what I think the solution is that I'm looking for. However, I'm open to options.
Situation - I'm mostly deaf in my right ear. I can detect sound in my right ear but cannot make out what's being said. My left ear is fine. When using headphones I'll find that during certain videos the content creator decided to put some or all of certain track on the right channel. I know this because I can detect the muffled sound in my right ear but cannot decipher the words.
Possible solution #1 - Accessibility feature of MacOS which turns stereo into mono - I've tried using this feature, and it does work. However, I lose the pleasing effect of stereo. Even being mostly deaf in one ear, it's still possible for me to enjoy the benefits of stereo music.
Possible solution #2 - Don't use headphones - Due to my work situation headphones are required
My ideal solution would be to just slightly blend the right channel into the left channel. I was hoping Mac's accessibility feature would have a slider but as far as I can tell it's an all-or-nothing selection.
Does anyone know of a method to do this?