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Fade or Fading may refer to:
Science and technology
- Fading, a loss of signal strength at a radio receiver
- Fade (audio engineering), a gradual change in sound volume
- Brake fade, in vehicle braking systems, a reduction in stopping power after repeated use
- FADE, a type of anti-piracy software
Film, television and theatre
- Fade (filmmaking), a cinematographic technique
- Fade (lighting), in stage lighting, a gradual change in intensity of a light source
- Fade (2007 film), a film starring Devon Odessa
- The Fades (TV series), a 2011 UK supernatural drama series
- Fade (novel), a 1988 novel by Robert Cormier
- The Fade, a 2007 novel by Chris Wooding
- Fading (book), a 2001 poetry collection by Raven Oak
- Fade (band), a Japanese alternative rock band
- The Fades, a British indie rock band
- The Fading, an Israeli metal band
- Fade (Remove Silence album), 2010
- Fade (Yo La Tengo album), 2013
- The Fades (album), a 2007 album by the Fades
- "Fade" (Blue Angel song), 1980
- "Fade" (Jakwob song), 2013
- "Fade" (Kristine W song), 2009
- "Fade" (Staind song), 2001
- "Fade", a song by Solu Music
- "Fading" (song), a 2010 song by Rihanna
- Fade (video game), a point-and-click adventure game for the Pocket PC/Windows Mobile platform
- Hi-top fade, a hairstyle
- Fade, a measure used by Innova Discs to evaluate flying disc performance
- Fade, a characteristic of a shot in golf stroke mechanics
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- Fade away (disambiguation)
- Fade in (disambiguation)
- Fade out (disambiguation)
- Fade to Black (disambiguation)
- Fade to Grey (disambiguation)
- Faded (disambiguation)
- Fader (disambiguation)
- Gradient (disambiguation)
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