There are many examples of Force telekenesis making a "blood rushing to the head" type of wooshing sound effect in much of the Star Wars canon. But it has never been clear to me whether or not this sound was made as an auditory cue for the audience, or if it was audible to the characters as well. Is there any evidence one way or the other in either canon or Legends?
Partial answer: unclear, but it behaves like a sound in the room
I haven't found any sources that describe this sound in-universe, but when the sound does appear in canon sources, it's only audible when the camera is near the target of the Force power. It plays in this scene where Vader is choking Captain Needa while in the same room (0:28):
...but it doesn't play in this scene where Vader is remotely choking Admiral Ozzel, who we see on a viewscreen (0:52):
It does, however, play in these scenes where a hologram of a Force-user is choking or throwing around someone who's in the same room as the camera:
This implies that the sound is either diegetic and only occurs at the site of choking, or is non-diegetic but is only used for scenes where the target of the Force power is present.