Definition of overblowing in English:

overblowing

noun

  • [mass noun] A technique for playing high notes on a wind instrument by producing harmonics.

    • ‘Over a slinky, mantra like 6/8 groove, the saxophonist unwinds two long solos that alternate keening, soulful lines with sudden flurries of notes or cranked up overblowing.’
    • ‘Something about his fat, driving tone - the way it conveys joy even as his overblowing threatens to crack his instrument - sounds a little lonely with just bass and drums.’

Pronunciation:

overblowing

/ˌəʊvəˈbləʊɪŋ/