Two questions for my readers in Korea:
- Do you know where I can get DAT tapes copied to CD?
I have several Digital Audio Tapes which I was told could be converted at my University’s Audio/Visual services division, and I got excited about the prospect of hearing some of my old compositions from my undergrad days. It’s especially interesting to me since I’ve discovered the manuscripts were all lost in the post to my parents’ home. These are the only extant traces of my musical history, and I’d like the content copied to audio CD as soon as possible… but it turns out my Uni’s A/V services division doesn’t have a DAT player at all. I’d be dreadfully grateful for any help in this area. (A friend of a friend has such a machine but I don’t have any equipment on hand that would allow me to do a decent recording of the output, so I’d rather pay someone else to do it for me, if this is possible.
- Are you going to be in Seoul or at the KOTESOL conference on the weekend?
Yes, reticence aside, I’m actually going… I’m not sure how many sessions I’ll attend, but I’ll be around at the interesting-looking ones. If you contact me in the coming week, we can make a plan. I am planning on hitting the Chunnyun Dongando jazz club one night, and I’ll be around most of Friday, though with some shopping to do. Anyone? Anyone? Comment to this post or email me if you would like to hook up in Seoul.