The Great CanadaSound Contest

 

 

 

Inspired by our CanadaSound program and with an aim to add some levity on the lead up to Canada Day on July 1st, cleansheet announces “The Great CanadaSound Contest”. Starting June 23-30, our Instagram poll will be sure to test your sonic skills in identifying the summer sounds Canadians love most.
 
Is that the sound of a cracking lobster claw or a crackling fire? Is that frying bacon or rain on a cottage roof? Let’s find out!
 
Join us in a fun break from COVID-19. Plus, you could get a chance to win free music for a year*. The more you play, the more chances you’ll have to win. *Terms and conditions apply.
 
Check it out now on our Instagram page @cleansheet.ca and be sure to opt in for daily notifications. The correct answer will be announced the following day along with the next question.
 
Thank you for staying safe indoors these past few months. Now, let’s let the best outdoor sounds of summer take us to a happier place.

 


 
 

cleansheet and partners created the most inclusive musical collaboration in Canadian history for charity.

 

We asked Canadians from coast-to-coast to submit their favourite Canadian sounds. Snow pants swishing, bacon sizzling, lobster claws cracking. Then we gifted the sounds and sentiments to Canadian musicians so they could create music rich in meaning, filled with sonic memories and experiences.  Together we created the most inclusive musical collaboration in Canadian history.

 

The CanadaSound album launched on Feburary 14, 2018 and featured original works from two JUNO Award Winners, four JUNO Award Nominees, a multi-platinum artist and inspiration from 1000s of everyday Canadians.

 

 

 

We promoted the album online by giving everyone’s favourite Canadian sounds – like snowballs hitting cars, chopping wood and sizzling bacon— the red carpet treatment, turning them into the celebrities.

 

 

 

 

 

 

Show your support by downloading the album today. Proceeds go toward supporting MusiCounts, a charity that puts instruments into the hands of kids who need them most.