Right now there are 25 audio hosting sites + 10 podcast hosting services ( last updated: October 2021 ) where you can store audio files and these sites are also suitable as a podcast hosting.
So if you are looking for a free mp3 file hosting service you have come to the right place, just choose the perfect host from the list below and start uploading your music and sounds.
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TIP: You can also upload your audio or music file to YouTube. You just need to add a background image. Use your favourite editor, add one image (or more if you want), export as a video and that's it. You can start uploading.
I use Media Player Classic. It's a full featured player, that has a simple interface (very similar to the old Windows Media Player) and can play everything.
For me it used to be Audacity 3.0.5 - it's an open source multi-track audio editor and recorder. You can change playback speed and bitrate. Also great as trimmer if you need just cut file or if you need to compress it.
But after the project ownership changed in 2021 (plans for telemetry introduced, than abandoned, but the controversy continues) I was searching for an Audacity alternative. And there are several options:
If you have never used any editor before, don't worry, it's easy to use. Available for Windows, Linux and Mac.
Not all services support all file types. If you need to convert your audio file, use fre:ac 1.1.5 - an open source tool for converting between MP3, MP4/M4A, WMA, Ogg Vorbis, FLAC, AAC, WAV and Bonk file format. Fast, as it has multi-core optimized encoder. Also great for ripping your CDs.
If you offer music files, sounds, please let me know and I'll add you to the list. Thanks!
All are ad supported and usually there is a limit of how many songs you can skip every hour (often it's 6 songs every hour).
Add an audio sharing site:
If you run a site that isn't listed, link back to Audiohostings.com and send me all the details you can. At least name, url, maximum file size allowed, allowed audio formats, if registration is required or not and if you allow direct linking of uploaded files. I'll be happy to add your site.