Engage with a global community of like-minded creators elevating  their live show to the next level.

Laura Escudé’s career highlights include building some of the most groundbreaking live shows in modern music, as well as creating her own cutting-edge audio/visual live show. From Kanye West, to Herbie Hancock to Bon Iver and more, her collaboration list speaks for itself.

In the past decade, Laura has become a global expert in what’s necessary to design an awe-inspiring live performance. Now, she’s opening up this world to you.

Her Elevate program is the first of its kind. In the often insular music industry, there’s  never been someone you can go to to get the REAL techniques that make performances compelling, the technology that is foolproof and results oriented, and the nuances that separate your show from the pack.

Your membership provides access to Laura and the entire Electronic Creatives team, whose wealth of knowledge provides proven results for live performers


Live Video Call
Once a month you will have the chance to submit questions to Laura and participate in a group conversation  to demystify issues you might have. Some sessions have covered troubleshooting, creative techniques for live looping, discussions on which controllers are right for you and how to advance your show. We will also have industry innovators joining us as guest speakers.
Online Performance & Community Feedback

The last week of the month you have the opportunity to live stream or share your most recent performance, and get in-depth feedback from your community.

Online Community
Join an exclusive Facebook Group for ongoing engagement with fellow membership participants. This global community allows you to network and build relationships in order to exchange tips and tricks and stay accountable with weekly check-ins and a digital partner.
Tutorial Videos
Once a month, watch a tutorial video on the latest new technology and processes that Laura and the EC community are building. These videos have broken down Laura’s live performance rig, walked through international stages, and shared Grammy performance sessions.


    ✅ ️Is already using Ableton Live and performing with technology

    ✅ Is excited to learn about new tools designed to enhance your live performance

    ✅ Would like to implement new-found creative processes to take your shows to the next level

    ​​​​​​​FOR ARTISTS WHO:

    ❌ Are looking for basic Ableton 101 help

    ❌ Do not have a show at all

    ❌ Are looking for a step by step process to build their show

    ❌ Are not ready to experiment with new tools and technology for their live set


    👉 Groundbreaking knowledge, insights and concepts from the top performing technologists in the world

    👉 Exclusive monthly trainings from our guest speakers

    👉 Access to a community of professionals working with the biggest artists in the world

    👉 Group accountability to help you to continue leveling up your show

    👉 The opportunity to get your creative and technical questions answered

    Here’s what the experts say:
    When it came time to take my solo live set to the next level I was referred to Ableton Live sonic scientist Laura Escudé. Since she is a musician and producer herself, we started with her showing me some of her techniques and then I brainstormed and built upon those. This lead to a brand new way of performing for me, utilizing all kinds of new controllers and software, allowing me to be very improvisational. 
    Herbie Hancock
    I am known for working with a band of whizz kid producers, one of whom is a Grammy award winning legend. But who did we need to call when we were trying to figure out how to translate our record to the stage? That's right! A beautiful blonde slip of a girl by the name of Laura Escudé. She's hardcore, dude.
    Shirley Manson
    Laura has truly shown me how I’m going to transcend pop music through this [live set up], it’s not just a mic and rap anymore, it’s a lot bigger and it means a lot to me. And it It’s crazy because it’s let me know it’s something I’ve always wanted to do. I’m able to request things that I wish I could have always had in a show, and Laura is able to deliver it. Everything we did in the studio when we were mixing, every little detail is there, and that’s amazing. You are truly making my show amazing, so thanks.


    A one time payment of $1500 (2 months free) for 12 months or Monthly Payments of $150 each

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    Meet Laura Escudé

    From technology to artistry to production to show design to wellness, there are few people who understand the complete spectrum of the music industry. Laura Escudé is one of these rare individuals. 

    Based in Los Angeles, Escudé is an artist, innovator, entrepreneur and live show designer with a deep understanding of complex technology, a profound passion for music and art and a unique talent for fusing the two. Career highlights include designing shows for Kanye West and Jay Z, opening for Miguel on his 2015 Wildheart tour and building a thriving international business populated by top-tier professionals. 

    But while Escudé’s life and work are dynamic, her ultimate goal is simply to inspire. 

    She’s released myriad albums, singles and EPs under the name Alluxe, synthesizing her skills as a classically trained violinist and her prowess as an avant-garde electronic producer. Escudé’s forthcoming Transmute EP is her most intimate work to date, capturing the sound and feel of a woman who’s examined the darkest parts of herself and come out the other end transformed. Escudé’s live performances are known for their sleek futuristic style and the raw emotion she elicits from her musical machines. She’s done official remixes for artists including M83 and Polica, with her violin playing featured on albums by Big Grams, Kanye West and Jay Z and many more. 

    Technology is a second language for Escudé, who in 2008 became the world’s first Ableton Certified Trainer. In 2012 she founded Electronic Creatives, using her skills to hire and train programmers and playback engineers for artists including Logic, Ariana Grande, The Weeknd, Big Sean, Charli XCX and the Yeah Yeah Yeahs. The company has become a worldwide leader in the field, with Escudé now leading a staff of 15. 

    These creative applications of technology have made Escudé one of the world’s most in-demand live show designers. She’s brought massive productions to life for artists including Kanye West, Jay Z, Bon Iver, Missy Elliot, Herbie Hancock and television megabrand American Idol. Escudé toured extensively with these shows, collaborating with artists to create fresh, thrilling experiences for audiences worldwide.

    It was while on tour that Escudé learned the challenges of staying healthy on the road. In 2016, tour burnout landed her in the hospital. She was exhausted, stressed and not sure how to get better. It was a low point that forced Escudé to take a break from work and focus on her health. This physical, mental, emotional and spiritual process involved letting go of unproductive habits and thought patterns, facing her fears and giving up everything – alcohol, touring, toxic people – that didn’t serve her. Escudé was soon not just better, but for the first time in her life truly thriving. 

    The experience inspired Escudé to help others, particularly live performers, optimize their own health and well-being. In 2017, she launched the Transmute Retreat, a week-long workshop incorporating yoga, meditation, nature, live performance workshops and community performances. Since its launch, Transmute has hosted dozens of artists such as AlunaGeorge at a tranquil arts center in coastal Florida.  

    With all she’s achieved in the realms of music and technology, it’s clear why Escudé has been called “the best in the world at this job.” But despite her many accomplishments, Escudé feels like she’s just getting started and only getting better. 

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