Wondering if the following sounds have written transcriptions / annotations in IPA or any other system:
- Snooring sound (breathing in, "hoooonk" is a trill of some sort, then the breathing out "shoo" is already transcribed).
- Screaming sound. The raspiness in the voice. If the raspy h is transcribed (𝛘), maybe this is too.
- Female grunty/grungy (the "whoawhoawhoawhoa" there) singing sound (like Christina Aguilera does when she says "not" right here, as well as others).
- The "~huh!" sound when you get scared and breath in really quickly. It is voiced and a little raspy, deep in the larynx I think.
- Vibratto (singing).
- Cough sound.
- Stick tongue out and rattle, like "nany-nany-nany pthththththt" stick your tongue out at someone.
- "ks ks", the sound when you suck in air in the side of your mouth, stick up your thumbs, (maybe snap), then point at some one, like "yep, you got it, right on."
- The rain drop sound when flicking the side of your mouth.
- The "monster voice" where you talk so low that it vibrates at the bottom of your throat, seemingly without "voice".
Other sounds that can be transcribed are "hmmm...", and "psh!", and "hahaha". So wondering if these things can be also. A scream is typically just "ahhhh!" or something like that. But it doesn't include the raspiness in the voice, like Linkin Park's scream. Also, the "click" sound is transcribed, which is cool.