HELP PLEASE on pitch settings changing after saving project?

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Hello, to anyone who read this! I'm running 1.1.3 on Windows 10.0 x 64

I recently noticed that after saving my project, and then reopening it the pitch modulation for several of my instruments have been reset or changed. The pitch knobs appear to be set at where I left them, but the individual tracks no longer "harmonize" and are noticeably dissonant. (i.e the pitch is off).

I've been doing some reading, and this appears to be a bug possibly, but is there a fix or work around for this?

This is incredibly frustrating and is affectively the LMMapocalypse for me. I can't really do any more work on my killer track until this is resolved.

Any help at all on the issue would be greatly appreciated. Thank you!
BCS wrote:
Sat Jul 14, 2018 5:18 am
Hello, to anyone who read this!
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I'm running 1.1.3 on Windows 10.0 x 64
Ok, that is not a good combo. Back in may, there was a sec. update in win10, that mess up lmms 1.1.3
The pitch knobs appear to be set at where I left them, but the individual tracks no longer "harmonize" and are noticeably dissonant. (i.e the pitch is off).
That is strange, but first lets update your lmms:
*Back-up your own stuff
*De-install current installation
*move the config dot-file
https://lmms.io/wiki/index.php?title=LM ... h_Settings
*remove your current installation-pack
*download a fresh new installation-pack x64 of
LMMS 1.2.0 RC6 Orange buttons!
https://lmms.io/download/#windows
*re-install as administrator

lets know what happened

Any help at all on the issue would be greatly appreciated. Thank you!
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Wow! thanks musikbear I didn't know. let me reinstall, and I will get right back to you. Thanks again!

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