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Design and Construction of the Tri-Baffle: A Modular Acoustic Modification System for Task-Based Mixing Experiments

The Tri-Baffle is a modular system capable of providing multiple acoustic conditions within a space through the use of absorptive, reflective, and diffusive materials. Each baffle is constructed in a triangular frame, and capable of rotation via a ground-positioned motor. The system was designed and constructed to fit multiple experimental requirements such as acoustic characteristics, time requirements, installation concerns, and portability. As constructed, the Tri-Baffle is fully portable and is capable of installation in any space where task-based experimentation is desired.

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