Fade

Fade

[feyd]

Fade may refer to:

  • Fade (Blue Angel song), an obscure song by the band Blue Angel
  • Fade (Staind song), a song from Break the Cycle by alt-rock band Staind
  • Fade (film), a cinematographic technique used in film
  • Fade (audio engineering), the gradual increase or decrease in sound volume
  • Fade (lighting), the gradual increase or decrease in intensity of a light source
  • Fade (radio), the loss of signal strength at a radio receiver
  • Fade (novel), a novel by Robert Cormier
  • Fade (computer game), a point-and-click adventure game for the Pocket PC/Windows Mobile platform
  • Brake fade, the condition where mechanical brakes lose stopping ability due to heating
  • Fade margin in telecommunications
  • FADE, an anti-piracy method first used in the PC game Operation Flashpoint
  • Street Spirit (Fade Out), Radiohead song
  • An effect in photography most often caused by atmospheric haze
  • A shot in golf in which the ball curves slightly left to right in flight for a right-handed player, and vice versa for a left-handed player
  • A hairstyle characterized by a gradual decrease in the length of hair on the sides and back of the head, i.e. a hi-top fade

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