@blairrorani GitHub is a great solution. I just tired it and it works.
@WyattS Go here and follow these directions to create a github account (if you don’t already have one). https://medium.com/@svinkle/publish-and-share-your-own-website-for-free-with-github-2eff049a1cb5. Make sure not to skip the instructions to make it PUBLIC!
When you get to the point where they tell you to copy your website files into the directory that was created, copy a few of your audio files. I would suggest you create a subdirectory. I create one called resources/audios/. After you publish them you can access them via links that look like this:
The beauty of this is that pushing files to your github repository is a snap. If you are not familiar with git or github you will need to do a little learning but in my opinion this as very good promise. I have no idea if any costs if you exceed some kind of storage or bandwidth thresholds. And since it is Public anyone with knowledge of the links would have full access to download any of the audios. If that is an issue this may not be the solution.