BRIO Service Plans


BRIO is a personal music streaming server to stream music at native resolution. It lets users stream 16 bit/44kHz up to 24 bit/192kHz personal music; delivering all the digital information to bring true musical reproduction.

There are three levels of service to choose from:

  1. The Standard plan is free of charge. It turns desktop PCs into personal music servers that allow consumers to access music stored there remotely at native resolution using a web browser on another PC. 
  2. The Mobile plan costs S$40 (US$30) per year. It allows consumers to use an iOS and Android app to access the PC server using Wi-Fi and cellular networks. It also includes 25 GB cloud storage for consumers to upload up to 25 GB of personal music to stream from OraStream servers.
  3. The Cloud plan costs S$150 (US$110) per year. It allows consumers to upload up to 1,000 GB of music files to cloud storage and stream the music from a cloud-server (rather than relying on your PC server). It also includes all the Standard and Mobile Plans' features.
  4. The Professional plan costs S$200 (US$150) per year. It allows music producers and artists to privately share audio tracks and create and embed a high-res web audio player widget on music blogs and websites. It includes all the Standard and Mobile Plans' features.

Enjoy 33% off subscription costs for the first year on all paid plans.

BRIO Mobile App download links:

iOS - App Store

Android - Google Play Store


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    J J Kuitert

    The new Brio version, both desktop and web, are playing music services, but local and remote sources and user settings are not active, not responding. The beta version was ok, but no longer available. 

    What to do

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