Cascade C64/Amiga
Tunes from Ken
Ken was active both on C64 and later on Amiga, therefore you will find .sid and .mod files in his section. Some of the tunes here are eventually not used in a "Cascade" production, but released when he was already member of "Yankees" (C64) or "Drifters" (Amiga).

Information for listening to the .sid files:
Common PC audio players are most probably not able to play .sid files. So you might have to use special players or install a plugin, in case you use the famous WinAmp player.

Information for listening to the .mod music files:
Some PC audio players are able to play .mod files, so does the actual version of the famous WinAmp. In case you still use an old version of this player, you might be lucky with "Oldsk00l MOD" plugin. For more information about SID and MOD players or plugins, you should visit the chapter "C64/Amiga - Emulators and Tools".

Players/Plugins for playing SID and MOD music:
aimp_sidplay v1.2.1
aimp_sidplay v1.2.2
in_sidplay2 v1.5.4
in_sidplay2 v2.2.3.0
LittleSiD V2.0
Oldsk00l MOD Player V0.88
SidAMP V1.4b
SidTool 2.3.1
SIDTool V1.3.2
These are the C64 .sid musics, Ken made in 1989-1990.

Musics 'Sweet Dreams', 'Moutarde' and 'Targhan Shot 2-5' (all names are unconfimred) are made for Cascade and used in the demos Moutarde and Targhan Shoot. All the other tunes were supposedly (until further notice) done for Yankees.

These are the Amiga .mod musics from Ken

Musics where presumably (in most cases) done for Drifters.
The musics presented here are in C64 .sid format. In case you are not familiar with this format, here are some explanations from wikipedia:
A .SID file, colloquially known as 'a SID', is a sound data file not only containing the note patterns, but also the 6502 program code - often called a 'player' - needed to replay the music on the SID. All actual sound is produced by the SID chip, or a software emulator that emulates the SID chip. The High Voltage SID Collection contains over 45,000 SID tunes. The SID files have the MIME media type audio/prs.sid.

The SID file format is not a native format used on the Commodore 64 or 128, but a format specifically created for emulator-assisted music players such as PlaySID , Sidplay and JSidplay2. However, there are loaders like RealSIDPlay and converters such as PSID64 that make it possible to play a substantial portion of SID files on original Commodore computers.

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The musics presented here are in Amiga MOD format. In case you are not familiar with this format, here are some explanations from Wikipedia:
MOD is a computer file format used primarily to represent music, and was the first module file format. MOD files use the ".MOD" file extension, except on the Amiga where the original trackers instead use a "mod." prefix scheme, e.g. "mod.echoing". A MOD file contains a set of instruments in the form of samples, a number of patterns indicating how and when the samples are to be played, and a list of what patterns to play in what order.

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