The renovation of Duke University’s Baldwin Auditorium went far beyond esthetics. They redid the 685 seat auditorium while keeping a keen eye toward acoustics. They changed the shape of the room with help from some of the best acoustical architects in the industry and put in a state of the art sound system that is sure to please audiences.
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Architecture, Acoustics, and Audio Complement Each Other.
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What are the frequency and amplitudes of your noise issues.