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A unison is an interval in music.
Unison may also refer to:
- Unison (video game), a music video game by Tecmo for the PlayStation 2
- Unison Online Service
- Unison (Usenet client), a Usenet client for Mac OS X by Panic
- UNISoN (Social Network Analysis Tool), an NNTP client used for Social Network Analysis
- Unison (unified communications software), unified communications software for business, developed by Unison Technologies, Inc.
- Unison (song), 1983 song from Junior, covered in 1990 by Laura Branigan and Celine Dion
- Unison (Celine Dion album), 1990 album by Céline Dion featuring the song
- Unison (video), 1991 home video by Céline Dion
- The final track on Björk's 2001 album Vespertine
- "Unison", a song by Talking Heads released as a bonus track on Remain in Light
- Unison (Shin Terai album), 2001
- Unison (Angels and Agony album)
- Unison (George Mraz and Zoe Rahman album), 2013
- UNISON, a British trade union
- Unison Industries, a leading manufacturer of aircraft parts
- Unison, Intelligent Tube Technology, a firm based in Eastfield, North Yorkshire
- Unison Networks, an electricity distribution company in New Zealand
- Unison, Virginia, a small village in the Loudoun Valley of Virginia and location of the Battle of Unison during the American Civil War
- Universidad de Sonora (UNISON), a Mexican university
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