Commercially manufactured noises have already been dealt with. What about those non-musical, non-vocal sounds that should be recognised for somehow forever embodying an aural dose of Creamage?
The sticky crackle of a coloured page being prised apart from a black-and-white page in a copy of Radio Times.
The clunk-thunk of the lock when pulling shut an external door from the inside of Inter-City 125.
Early morning birdsong combined with the purr of the electric battery in a milkfloat.
The low, warm hum of an overhead projector.
The indeterminate murmur of a radio station lightly clouded in a fog of static on the Medium Wave.
A guiro being scraped in a primary school assembly hall.
The ping of a bell attached to the front door of a corner shop.
Repeated strikes of the ignition inside a Calor Gas heater.
A bean bag being sat upon.
The click of a trundle wheel being pushed around a playground.