|City||Canberra, Australian Capital Territory|
|Broadcast area||Canberra RA1 ()|
|Slogan||Canberra's Own Music and Arts Radio|
|Frequency||92.7 MHz FM|
|Repeater(s)||90.3 MHz Tuggeranong|
|First air date||15 July 2000|
|Format||Music and Fine Arts|
ArtSound was established in the early 1980s under the name Canberra Stereo Public Radio. It is a volunteer run organisation and is listener funded with support from the ACT Government and the Community Broadcasting Foundation.
ArtSound is a member of the Community Broadcasting Association of Australia and the Australian Fine Music Network. The station also operates ArtSound Audio Services with production/recording studios providing facilities for audio recording, CD duplication and archiving.
ArtSound plays a mix of Jazz, Classical, Blues, Folk and World music. It also features programming on literature, theatre, film, spoken word, art exhibitions and local concerts. Part of its commitment to the community is supporting local music and the arts.