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ATEN MicLive Wins Best Choice Award at COMPUTEX 2022

ATEN International announced it’s MicLIVE 6CH AI Audio Mixer (UC8000) has won the COMPUTEX 2022 Best Choice Award. In addition, MicLIVE was also awarded a 2021 Good Design Award and a 2022 Sound & Video Contractor Innovative Product Award. The COMPUTEX 2022 Best Choice Award is the third award that MicLIVE has won.

“ATEN is extremely honored to receive this COMPUTEX 2022 Best Choice Award for our continued efforts of focusing on improving the user experience of our products,” says Nicholas Lin, Senior Vice President of ATEN. “The MicLIVE Podcast AI Audio Mixer works like a virtual team for users: it simplifies complex audio engineering into simple few taps, and has made real our goal to make professional podcasting easier.”

MicLIVE is the world’s first AI-powered audio mixer as it adopts machine learning techniques to deliver localization, acoustic detection, and acoustic fingerprinting to optimize the voice recording experience, and was introduced to help users create the perfect audio experience with ease, which is tailor-made for podcasts, talk shows, livestreaming, worship, and music applications.

MicLive is designed to help both novices and professionals with its powerful set of features to streamline the podcasting workflow and enrich programs so that one user can create a pro-level broadcast on their own.

COMPUTEX stated that “This product was made especially for the podcast market with several mixing features in an all-in-one design, including six channels for audio input. With its customizable audio effect jingle pads and human-robot collaborative design, it lowers the barrier to entry for podcasting and allows for easy operation by a single person. Using AI machine learning equalizer algorithms, it can intelligently reduce noise and adjust the audio for the recording environment, allowing for high-quality audio recording in real time even in poor audio conditions. This product can optimize the speaker’s voice in real time for a polished audio experience.”

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