Hack Sounds’ continuing existence is thanks to the support of these organisations.
Hack Sounds is supported by the NSW Government through Create NSW, as our major funding partner.
Create NSW is the NSW Government’s arts policy and funding body.
APRA AMCOS provide funding to enable mentoring and songwriting as part of the Hack Sounds program, as our Songwriting Mentor Partner.
APRA AMCOS is a music rights organisation representing over 95,000 members who are songwriters, composers and music publishers.
City of Sydney
The City of Sydney is a Major Partner supporting 107 Presents with seed funding and an Accommodation Grant for 107 Redfern Street, which is the venue home for Hack Sounds.
The City of Sydney’s grants and sponsorships support a range of projects and organisations
Hack Sounds is produced by 107 Presents, our annual creative project that creates opportunities for artists to develop their practice and for audiences to engage in unexpected artistic experiences.
107 Presents is a branch of 107 Projects.
Previous Major Partners:
These organisations were instrumental in the establishment of the Hack Sounds program
Ability Links NSW
Key establishing funding, and development collaboration for Hack Sounds was provided by Vinnies Ability Links NSW.
Ability Links is a free service promoting inclusion in the community, and supporting people with a disability to better access their community.
Seed funding for Hack Sounds was provided by Accessible Arts’ Delineate grants program.
Accessible Arts is the peak arts and disability organisation across New South Wales.
Hack Sounds has received the generous support of the following music technology companies
Roland have provided substantially discounted equipment to the program, and discounts for members.
Roland are a manufacturer of electronic musical instruments, electronic equipment and software.
Ableton generously donated Push Controllers and Live Lite software, and discounts for members.
Ableton make music software and hardware including Live, Push and Link.
Audio-Technica generously donated free headphones to the program, and discounts for members.
Audio-Technica is a worldwide group of companies devoted to the design and manufacture of audio equipment.
StoreDJ provided discounted equipment for the program
Store DJ is a national retailer providing audio and lighting technology to DJs, musicians, venues and events.
Sounds Easy provided discounted equipment and advice in the establishment of the program.
Sounds Easy are a music technology retailer in St Leonards.