I've been studying German for over a year now. I think I could pass a B2 exam.
However, being in München, I would like to improve my understanding of the Bavarian dialect, mostly listening comprehension.
What really helped my Hochdeutsch listening skills, is that I inserted the IPA symbols from Wiktionary for a lot of words into my flashcard app Anki and drilled those. This as helped me a lot, much much more than just trying to listen and get used to the sounds.
I would like to do the same with Bavarian. I am listening occasionally to the show "Dahoam is Dahoam", but ideally I would like to have a online dictionary which has the IPA pronunciation and meanings for words in the Bavarian dialect, which I can insert into Anki and drill.
Also I am looking for any materials that discuss the Bavarian pronunciation, some patterns of how things change compared to Hochdeutsch etc. It can also be written in German, for example someones master or doctoral thesis on the dialect etc.
I did find this dictionary, which does have some kind of a Lautschrift for words. Can anybody tell me to what IPA symbols the symbols he explains here correspond to? https://www.bayrisches-woerterbuch.de/bairisch-lernen/aussprache-bayrisch/
Any other pronunciation articles, materials, TV-shows, dictionaries for the Bavarian dialect are really welcome!