Pharyngeal Fricative

between tongue and throat

Pharyngeal Fricative

Description

[component-1] Tongue
Plus
[component-2] Throat

Pharyngeal refers to the pharynx which is the soft part right at the rear of your mouth. The sound is made by squeezing out air between the back of the tongue and the pharynx.

Place of Articulation

The following diagram shows where the Pharyngeal Fricative is made in the mouth.

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Sounds

The Pharyngeal Fricative is used in the following sounds:

ty

the

y

Vocal Scratch 'er'

Vocal Scratch 'oo'

ee

Reverb 808 Snare

Muted Guitar Slide

Muted Guitar

Synth 'noh'

na

nee

Synth 'deh'

ba

Nu Shooz

Damped Ride

James Brown

Arabian Breath

Resonant Open Hat

Reso Distorted Hat

Jazz Ride

Jazz Closed Hat

Classic Inward Handclap

Pacman Snare

Tunnel Kick

Sub Nose Bass

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