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Re: Y2K

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>Does anybody know if loop machines, delays, reverbs etc. will be 
affected by the
>Y2K bug?
Oh, my......
Unless the device has a  dedicated imbedded chip that checks a system 
date, there is no need to worry.
Currently I am a Programmer working at a client site, and my only task 
is to make Systems Y2K complient......so I have some idea what I am 
talking about.

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