Ok, but my point is that nobody is going to buy your music so they can look at a waveform. If you like how it sounds then it’s fine. That’s what I’m saying. There’s nothing to “fix” if it sounds fine.
If you don’t think it sounds fine then fix whatever it is that you don’t like. If the reverb bugs you then either change the preset, the amount of reverb, the amount of instruments feeding it, or put an effect like an EQ on it… just listen and adjust.
Let me put it like this: The amount of times I’ve looked at a visual representation of a song I liked where the mix was at times super-heavy on one side and not the other is still zero. Because I’m not interested in it. I listen to music. Not look. Of course there are times when I don’t like how the panning is done, but I still don’t analyze it, I just move on.
So maybe share the mix instead so people can listen to it and let you know if they feel the “unbalance” is a problem.