The microtonal people have a continual problem of how to do notation for their music and "sounds," so they turn to asemic notation. Here's an example of that, in a link: http://youtu.be/yztoaNakKok
I'm really curious what sort of images artists here would use to do notation for those sorts of sounds... I'll see if I can load this one as a video...
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