Adaptive feed forward control algorithms based largely upon LMS approach have developed in recent two decades, and they have been widely applied to practical sound and vibration control problems in the case of the reference signal is available. Feedforward control can be applied only when reference signals can be measured or regenerated, while feedback controllers are used to reduce; sound and vibration when reference signals are not available. In recent years, hybrid control schemes in which adaptive feed forward controllers are combined with feedback ones have been studied based on simulations and experiments. The results have shown that the hybrid control may have better control performances in convergence speed and steady state error than the single control schemes. Hybrid control has the advantages of improving stability and performance as well as the disturbance rejection property. However, little effort has been made to the analysis or interpretation of hybrid control systems. In this study, we discussed the feedback controller effects on the stability of feed forward control algorithm in the presence of uncertain error path and a simple example showed that a stable feedback controller could make the feedforward controller unstable. A design criterion of feedback controllers is proposed in order to guarantee the stability of feedforward algorithms in the presence of error paths with uncertainties.