The Levine School of Music needed to create two separate music school rooms for students to practice in. The only available space was their large music room at the center of the building. By using portable dividers, they were able to accomplish their goal. The school purchased two Screenflex Freestanding Dividers. Both are 88 high and are two different lengths. By setting up the acoustical portable walls in a T shape, the school created two practice rooms both of which are approximately 10 foot by 10 foot. The room dividers also absorb sound, reducing noise within the room as well as sound leaving the space.