Strangely, the the Wikipedia page doesn't contain any recording for it (usually it has a recording for each consonant or vowel).
Background: I'm a native Hebrew speaker who's interested in pronunciation, especially American-English pronunciation (with focus on GenAm/Midwestern Accents) and Modern Israeli Hebrew pronunciation.
From my decades of hearing Hebrew, I got into the conclusion that the Modern Hebrew ר is not the Voiced uvular fricative([ʁ]) sound, but it actually has a vowel quality to it, like the English [ɹ ]. when pronounced "correctly" (or natively), the Resh has no "friction" sound, and it's very smooth, almost like a back-palatal vowel.
Someone on the internet has suggested that Modern Hebrew ר is actually voiced uvular flap instead, and I would like to test it with some audio recording, to compare (my) Resh to this sound.
My question is: Is there an online recording of the sound voiced uvular flap open to the public?