What is another word for jamming?

Pronunciation: [d͡ʒˈamɪŋ] (IPA)

The term "jamming" is often used to describe a musical performance in which musicians improvise and play together in an unstructured way. However, there are many other synonyms for this term that express slightly different nuances of this experience. Some examples include "improvising," "making music," "playing around," "grooving," "jamming out," and "creating together." These synonyms all suggest a collaborative, expressive process in which musicians come together to explore and experiment with their art form. Whether musicians are jamming in a formal setting or simply playing around with friends, the result is often a joyful, creative experience that brings people together.

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Usage examples for Jamming

M. Wilfrid de Fonvielle, kneeling down by the side of the car, was perpetually "taking observations," and persistently asking for "the readings," which the gentleman from Cambridge occasionally protested his inability to supply, owing either to Burnaby having his foot upon the aneroid, or to the Captain so jamming him up against the side of the car that the accurate reading of a scientific instrument was not only inconvenient but impossible.
"Faces and Places"
Henry William Lucy
The ice came on, ramming and jamming-and in an instant the stern was cut off, and was crushed to kindling-wood.
"Grenfell: Knight-Errant of the North"
Fullerton Waldo
"But our Ordnance Department claims that they cannot fire two thousand rounds without heating and jamming," I remarked.
"Italy at War and the Allies in the West"
E. Alexander Powell

Famous quotes with Jamming

  • I got the whole band set up in the basement and we are jamming.
    Sebastian Bach
  • But when it came to jamming and writing songs like we used to, we realized Brandon was a huge spirit in the band. Who knew? It was just something we had to learn.
    Edie Brickell
  • There is no substitute for jamming and getting to know each other on the road.
    Gary Cherone
  • I sat in at every club in New York City, jamming with musicians, because it felt right - and because it felt right and we were having fun - the people dancing and sipping their drinks in the clubs felt it too and it made them smile.
    Ray Conniff
  • The first eight songs we were using someone else's monitors and it is hard to follow the changes when you are jamming if you can't hear those who you are jamming with.
    John Entwistle

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