If you’re planning a kids Halloween party, there key things you need to consider given the differences in audience from an adult party. I’ll help you understand the needs of a younger audience and walk you through best practices to set your party up for success.
If you’ve never hosted a Halloween party before, I’d recommend that you begin with my Halloween 101 post: How to Plan a Halloween Party (12 Steps) to learn the basics of Halloween party planning regardless of age group, and then return here afterwards.
Playing scary Halloween sound effects is a great way to add some spooky ambiance to your home or party this Halloween. The key to your success will be the quality of the sounds you choose — I recommend Drew’s Famous Halloween Sounds – Twisted Edition or Sounds Of Horror — because sadly, there are some really corny sounding mixes for sale that just don’t cut it.
Once you have a decent sound effect playlist, you’re good to go, right? Not quite. There are actually a few other things you need to consider in order to properly execute your background audio and create the perfect mood. Let’s consider those now.