The Transmute™ Accelerator is for musicians who want to become badass at Ableton Live & produce their dream live (or live-stream!) performance.
Transmute™ is an 8-week artist development program. It’s designed to empower independent artists and producers to develop their vision & produce their dream live show using Ableton Live.
The Transmute™ creative process and curriculum has been developed by Laura Escudé – Ableton’s first Certified Trainer, an award-winning artist and industry-acclaimed entrepreneur.
The Transmute™ journey empowers artists to gain creative control through self-discovery and creative freedom through self-mastery.
As an online program, students can break down their technical and creative barriers virtually anywhere, anytime.
Transmute™ is NOT just another online course you see floating around the internet.
It was designed by pulling together 20+ years of experience building my artistry as an Ableton Live performer and producer, while running playback globally for artists like Porter Robinson, Yeah Yeah Yeah’s, Kanye West, The Weeknd, Iggy Azalea, American Idol, and The Grammys.
It’s the culmination of my years of experience distilled down into an intensive info-packed 8-week course.
Community and education are the most important things to me as an artist and a mentor to artists seeking more control and creative freedom in their careers.
I created Transmute™ as an online program to impact as many aspiring & established artists to be empowered to blaze their own ways & means to live inspired lives and make a living from their passions.
I hope to see you inside, Transmute™!
Creator of The Transmute™ Accelerator
But don’t take it from us.
Hear what our artists have to say about their experience leveling up their productions, creative workflow, and personal growth inside Transmute™.
Recording Artist, Brazilian born and Bay-area based, multi-instrumentalist, blending funk, blues, reggae and contemporary R&B grooves that feel good.
It’s really important for me to play instruments live & show the audience that I’m actually playing what I’m performing.
Within a couple of weeks in the program, I learned so much that I started to think differently – imagining how I was connecting with my audience and how producing studio versions could translate to the stage…what elements in the arrangement to trigger via a controller and how liberated I can feel to sing freely having the technology to support my vision.