What “Makes” a Party?
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Disclaimer: Not appropriate for all ages, listeners discretion advised.
Through the years, parties have evolved and changed, but some things have stayed consistent.
Anyone can think back to a really good party. Just like anyone can think back to a really bad party.
I asked people from Argentina to Bangladesh, from age 11 to age 60:
What makes a good party so good?
Over a period of two weeks, I explored shindigs, socials, and soirees. Parties. What makes them good, and what makes them bad.
At the end of it all, I took the advice.
I threw a party.
Besides two original instrumental songs composed by myself, all my sounds were found on FreeSound.org.
Those sounds include:
“Dandelion” by user TexasMusicForg
“Brush Loop” by user Vincent Sermonne
“Copenhagen Jazz Atmosphere” by user Kyster
“Surf Rock Guitar 125 BPM” by user Abett
“Surf Rock Guitar 85 BPM” by user Abett
“Groovy Guitar Loop” by user JoshuaEmpyre
“Marching Band” by user Daveincamas
“Sound-Of-Party” by user SoundHunterJulie
“Full Drunken Atmosphere” by user CheeseHeadBurger