Exporting Problems

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Whenever I export a song, the instruments are always a half step above their original roll. Does anyone else have this problem? Does anyone have a possible solution to this problem?
ayomeer wrote:
Wed Jun 26, 2019 4:40 am
Whenever I export a song, the instruments are always a half step above their original roll.
Hi, that sounds very odd.

Could you please post your:
* OS (+service-pack-version)
* lmms version
* lmms sound device chosen

Besides that, since you are new in Forum
Welcome ayomeer !
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Hi, that sounds very odd.

Hey musikbear, sorry for such a late reply to your reply! I'm running on Windows 10 Version 1803 with LMMS Version 1.2.0 (64 Bit). I'm not sure what the LMMS sound device is but on the settings for port audio my device is just "Speakers"


Thanks for your support of the newcomers of the LMMS community,

Ayomeer
ayomeer wrote:
Wed Jul 10, 2019 9:16 am
[I'm not sure what the LMMS sound device is
Your devise or backend can be seen in Edit| Settings| Audio-Settings:

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But for you on a windows system, the best choice is SDL

Try that
Let us know the outcome :)
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Your devise or backend can be seen in
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I just changed the audio interface to SDL and it exported perfectly. Thanks, musikbear!
Hello! I'm having the same issues as OP. I'm using LMMS version 1.2.0 (64 bit), running Windows 10 Home version 10.0.17763, and I have my sound device in LMMS set to SDL. Is there any way I can fix this issue?
tvteeth wrote:
Sun Jul 14, 2019 12:01 am
Hello!
Hi, Welcome to the Forum tvteeth !
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having same issues as OP:
LMMS version 1.2.0 (64 bit),
Windows 10 Home
device in LMMS set to SDL.

That is very strange
Does this also inflict projects that is shipped with LMMS?
You should have a folder named Cool-songs
Could you try and export one of those, and report back?

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