Elatus Credo


                                   Exclusive Interview

Aaron Witherspoon, Elatus Credo, is a Dallas music producer. Some may call him a beat maker but his music isn’t just an 808 with hi hat rolls and stutter snares. He has songs recorded with live drummers, guitarists, pianists, and orchestral music. He has music ranging from halloween themes, to cinematic, along with spanish love and pop songs, to video game scores. He hopes to work with artists like Ginuwine, Bruno Mars, Wiz Khalifa, Lecrae, Kari Jobe, Bethel Music, Jesus Culture, Timbaland, and more. His influences in music have been Timbaland, Eminem, Dr Dre, Just Blaze, and more so Mannie Fresh.

A little known fact about Aaron “Elatus Credo”, He is also a chef. He has spoken about combining and understanding the simplicity of a dish and highlighting the main ingredient. He has translated this understanding to music but states it is certainly a bigger challenge. “Music sometimes sounds better with a lot going on, and sometimes you want to continue to add more to it just to hear what else you can do. But when you do that you take away space from your main attraction and sometimes the main attraction doesn’t want to play a part in the song anymore. “Trim away the fat” it’s not such a bad thing to have less going on.”

Give us your bio, Who are your top 5 influences, When are your new projects coming out?What helped you get into music? What is one thing you would tell your fans? What are your biggest goals for 2016?

5 influences Producer: mannie fresh, just blaze, timbaland Music influences: classical music and dubstep

New music is always being released on my YouTube channel: Elatus Credo

One thing I always tell people is make sure you love making music otherwise it gets ugly and stay true to you. If trap is where the money is, cool but do your version of trap.

Biggest goal in 2016 is to grow my network. My biggest goal of 2017 as well. The larger the network the more opportunities. 

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