Yes, when this happens for me, it makes no sound and simply rollign my mouse wheel up and back down a few times on the patch number usually fixes it.  I have no clue why this happens and it is probably worthy of a bug report.  Just make sure you reproduce with 1.4.15 to make sure you aren't filing an already closed bug.


On Sat, Nov 30, 2013 at 3:26 PM, David Gerard <> wrote:
At the moment, I'm not - Windows, 0.4.13 Ubuntu. But I had the
same problem with 0.4.14 Windows and 0.4.13 Windows. This suggests
there's something actually wrong.

On 30 November 2013 20:17, Tres Finocchiaro <> wrote:
> Sorry, I completely misunderstood your problem.
> Yes, I've had issues similar to that, where it forgot the patch number the
> sound was on.  Have you confirmed you are on the exact same version of LMMS
> on both computers?
> If you deffinitely are, this is almost deffinitely a bug and one I've seen
> before.  The reason few people complain is that many soundfonts only have a
> few patches.  You are using one with many many patches, so it's frustrating.
> Can you confirm that a project created with windows fails to work in linux
> as well?
> -Tres