Scott Hampton founded Creed Communications, now Creed3, in Jan. 1999 after realizing small businesses were being left behind on the Internet for lack of an affordable way to engage in it. Today, that passion for serving small business and organizations is still our primary focus, yet over the years we've consulted for medium and large corporations with training and backend systems PHP/MySQL programming as well.
Creed3 offers a full service online solution from web site hosting to domain name registration to web site development and programming. Whether you need a simple 2 or 3 page web site, a blog, or a complex database driven site, we're here to help you achieve that goal at a price you can easily afford.
Select one or any combination of services that fit your needs. You won't be required to sign-up for a minimum number of, or combination of services. There are no hidden fees or reucrring monthly service fees. There are no high pressure sales or up-selling.
Just personal, upfront, honest and trustworthy small town values and service.
Scott has been passionate about music from the age of 5. He began learning guitar and playing drums in 6th grade band in 1971. Within a year he had a starter jazz drum kit which he continually added pieces too. In high school he played drums and percussion in concert and marching bands, and in the orchestra. Out of school he played his kit in a budding young rock band playing school dances, briefly in a jazz combo, and as the percussionist for the Michigan State University drama department theatrical productions. After moving to central Indiana in the mid 1970's he switched to guitar as his main instrument, eventually adding bass, drum programming and keyboards later. He has played in worship teams, bars, coffeehouses and full size concert stages.
Scott wrote and arranged his first song at the age of 12 and has been constantly honing those skills since. He entered the world of multi track recording in September 1986 with the purchase of a Tascam 4 track cassette, leading to decades of studying the craft of recording and producing numerous recordings over the years.
Today the tapes are gone but the production skills and techniques have translated to the digital realm.