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Cadence may refer to:
- Intonation (linguistics), the variation of pitch in speech.
- Speech tempo, the rate or speed at which a language is spoken
- Cadence (music), a melodic and/or harmonic configuration at the end of a phrase, section, or piece of music
- Cadence (poetry), the rhythmic pacing of literary language
- Cadence Magazine, a monthly review of jazz, blues and improvised music
- Cadence Jazz Records, a record label issued by the above magazine
- Cadence Records, an American record label during the 1940s and 1950s
- Cadence (vocal group), A Toronto, Canada, based a cappella jazz quartet. Winner of the 2008 Juno Award.
- Cadence rampa, a modern Haitian méringue, popularized by saxophone player Webert Sicot, also known as kadans in Creole
- Cadence Weapon, a rap artist from Edmonton, Alberta, San Luis Potosí
- Cadence-lypso, Dominica's kadans
- Military cadence, a chant that is sung by military personnel while marching
- Drum cadence, a work played exclusively by the percussion section of a modern marching band
- Cadence (cycling), the number of revolutions of the crankset per minute
- Cadence Design Systems, an electronic design automation company
- Cadence (film), a 1990 film directed by Martin Sheen
- Cadence (gait), the number of human walking steps per minute
- Cadence (given name), a feminine name.
- Cadence Industries, publishing company formed in the 1970s that owned Marvel Comics
- "Cadence of Accountability" for (Industry) FranklinCovey time management training - Cadence is basically accountability with rhythm. (4DX) The cadence of accountability is a rhythm of regular, frequent employee staff meetings that occur weekly and last approximately twenty minutes.
- Cadence, or DJ Cadence, a fictional DJ in the online virtual game Club Penguin
- Cadence (software), the rhythm and frequence of releasing a piece of software.
- Cadence (software), a personal digital assistant
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