My paper/presentation, "Recording History in Audio Education," was received very well at the recent Audio Engineering Society in New York, NY. After a bit of technical difficulty, I spoke about various topics from the paper, with an emphasis on some of the current trends for historical education (or lack thereof) in the booming audio education field. See my Academic page to read the article. While you're at it peruse the Chapter Draft for a textbook that could potentially be a useful asset to audio educators teaching all levels.
Here is the new visc.co page, intended to be a brief reflection of the work of Jeff Ratterman (me). I have carefully selected a number of works I've done over the past few years, most of which I've been in school. Earning a master's degree in Recording Arts at the University of Colorado Denver, I was fortunate to learn about the many aspects of audio.
Be sure to see some videos and listen to some music, and don't miss the Example Textbook Chapter for the audio history book I have proposed!